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Old   January 9, 2007, 15:59
Default exporting the results of sensors in ascii file
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george
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Hi to everybody,

I have a problem exporting a file with sensors. I have 1804 sensors and I can see the results of them only in output window of pro-STAR. But I want them in a file ascii, because I want to manipulate the results. Also I am a little confused with what is register 1,2..., because as I can see I can't load all the results of sensors and show them in my screen. As I understand, I have to choose first register 1 for u, then register 2 for v etc. Can anyone help me please?

Thank you in advance

George
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Old   January 9, 2007, 16:11
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Balduin Bankerotti
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Have a look at the ofile-command to get the output into a file instead of the output-eindow in prostar.

ofile file.txt

print...

ofile ,,

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