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Re: Problems with IGNORE

From: Nick Holford <n.holford>
Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2009 11:05:18 +0200

German,
Change this:

IGNORE=(ID.EQ.108.AND.CMT.EQ.3)

to:

IGNORE=(ID.EQ.108, CMT.EQ.3)

The IGNORE record is not a FORTRAN logical statement. It is an NM-TRAN
convention that a "," is equivalent to ".AND.".

Nick

German Erlenkamp wrote:
> Dear NMUSERS,
>
> I want to ignore several lines in my dataset.
> I've tried to do this in this way:
>
> IGNORE=(ID.EQ.108.AND.CMT.EQ.3)
>
> In this case I'll receive an error message like:
>
> An ERROR was found in the control statements.
>
> An ERROR was fond on line 16 ot the approxiamte position noted:
>
> IGNORE=(ID.EQ.108.AND.CMT.EQ.3)
>
> X
>
> The characters in ERROR are: IGNORE
> 52
>
> Can someone tell me how to ignore more than one?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
>
>

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Received on Tue Jun 02 2009 - 05:05:18 EDT

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