|July 26, 2013, 07:30||
What is the opposite macro of C_ID(cell_t c,Thread*t)?
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I'm programming an UDF that stores cell index in serial or parallel with different number of nodes.
Using the macro C_ID(cell_t c,Thread*t), I can get in parallel use the same cell index as I had in serial use.
However, when I open my case each time with different number of nodes, I have different cell ID, although the global ID obtained with C_ID is the same.
What I want to do is the opposite of the marco C_ID: given the global cell ID as an input, I want to get the cell ID of my case, which will be different depending on the number of nodes.
Thanks in advance.
|cell index, c_id, parallel, udf|
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