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Hi all,

I have a question to the two solve functions:

Code:
myScalar.solve();
and
Code:
myScalar.Solve(mesh.solve("S"));
Whats the difference?
The only thing I know is that with the second line, my solver is faster. About 67 iterations pro step with solve(), to 5 - 8 iterations with solve(mesh.solve()).

Can someone help me?
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