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Old   August 4, 2010, 09:24
Default Hexadecimal and F90
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Dear Friends,

This is more a programming question rather than CFD. I have a hexadecimal data file pertaining to geometry information that I need to read. A sample data would read say

1a b 23 2

with a space between each entry and there are four entries in total. Can anyone tell how such a file can be read using F90 ? I know that Z identifies a hexadecimal integer while formatting, but given that the entries can have one character (like 'b') or two characters (like '1a') or more, how is it possible to have a generic READ statement for such a file ? I know this can be accomplished fairly easily in C/C++, but I would like to know how it can be done in F90 ?


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