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Default Fluent JOURNAL file issue
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Hi fluent users,

I have an issue with a journal file in fluent. I want to use the bellow journal file go over my .dat files a and export them in separate tecplot files. here is the journal file I use:

define (my-post-proc);;name of the journal-function
(define basename "fluent-25-0.") ;;Filename prefix for the data files
(define nstart 209100);; time-step # for the 1st data set
(define nsave 100) ;; auto-save frequency
(define ndata 4) ;; # of data-sets
(do ((i nstart (+ nsave i)))((= i (+ nstart (* ndata nsave))))
(begin
(ti-menu-load-string (format #f "f rd ~a~d.dat" basename i))
(ti-menu-load-string (format #f "f ex tec tecfilename () pressure temperature))
)))

But I get this error when reading the journal file:
Error: EOF in string read
Error Object: ()


Can anybody help how to resolve this problem?
Thanks in advance..
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