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Old   July 17, 2012, 14:16
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Hi,

I'm new at UDF and i'm doing some tests before I actually start to solve my problem.
To do so, i have to implement stream functions (so I can compare to the results given by fluent on postprocessing), but until now i wasn't able even to compile my code.
Can anyone send me some "light" about this? I think my problem is that I'm mixing C++ and fluent's language....

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mila
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