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Old   November 9, 2011, 12:02
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I want to create multiple source points (say about 100 of them) across a domain. How can I do this easily using a loop?

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Monitor points will work too I believe
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You can put perl into a CCL file. But personally I prefer to generate a CCL file for this sort of thing. You can generate it with copy/paste, or any program which can output a text file.
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