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Old   July 12, 2000, 06:51
Default File compatibility between UNIX platforms
Steve Amphlett
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Does anyone know how I can export a model from a HP/SGI/IBM/Sun so that a DEC Alpha can read it. I.e are there any tools with STAR for changing the byte order in the .mdl file?


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Old   July 12, 2000, 09:14
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Steve, In later versions of prostar 3.1, there is some new code to recognize byte ordering on the alpha and read appropriately. In older versions, probably the easiest thing to do is "CDSAVE", copy the ascii files over and then ifile the .inp file to reconstruct everything.

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