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Old   March 8, 2010, 07:17
Question .bak and .fullback
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Hello everybody,

I'm simulating a transient flow so I'm getting different trn files. In order to export the values of some variables as a .csv files I create some .bak files which includes the mesh. The question I throw is the following: which is the difference between generating a .bak or a .fullback file. I've noticed that a fullback file has a bigger size than the other one but nothing else. Could anyone answer my doubt?

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