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Old   July 25, 2013, 09:28
Question Import_igg_project Indentation problem
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Good day Guys.

I'm currently working with Numeca FINE/Design3D and I have to couple a centrifugal compressor to a radial (vaned) diffuser. The script file (.py/python format) used to merge the rows and create the mesh has to import the .igg files for both rows i.e.

"def multistage_script_assembly(row1_mesh , row2_mesh , multistage_mesh):
import_igg_project("/home/slagter..._222/_dbs/multistage/ImpAnchorRough.igg","row1")
import_igg_project("/home/slagter...r_222/_dbs/multistage/DiffWholeMeshRough.igg","row2")".

This script is then rewritten for each of the samples flow 1, flow 2 ... and so forth. The problem is that after the defining (def) function the indentation of the import_igg_project ('...') is not seen and hence a indentation error occurs. I've received the script file directly from Numeca and haven't programmed in python much.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Oom Loot.
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