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Old   October 20, 2004, 12:39
Default FLUENT scheme language
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Luca
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Hi! I'd like to learn more about using the Scheme language with Fluent in the journal file. Unfortunately the Fluent user's guide does not contain all the command I could use. I learnt a little of Scheme but the problem is: how can I use at the same time scheme command (do cicle, if condition ecc...) and Fluent commands (read-case, no of iteration ecc...). If I use Fluent command within a do-loop written in Scheme, Fluent does not recognize its commands! I hope to be clear Please help me! Luca
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Old   October 21, 2004, 04:43
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Karl
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Maybe this short manual will help you. But it is written in German.

fluid.jku.at/staff/javurek/Fluent/scheme.pdf
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Old   October 21, 2004, 04:51
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Thank you Karl for answering. i got that guide and actually i solved my problem with the (ti-load-string) function. Thank you again. Luca
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