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Old   November 7, 2009, 05:43
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Hi all,

I recently came across the enhanded dictionary opportunites in 1.6. Before that I was not even aware of the possibility to use #include inside a dictionary. I am wondering if there is a documentation for this somewhere around? Thanks.

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Old   November 8, 2009, 04:46
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Hi,

the usage of the #include statement is documented in the OpenFOAM(r) User Guide in section 4.2.9 Directives and macro substitutions. The enhanced dictionary possibilities are briefly explained in the release notes that can be found at the OpenCFD(r) website.

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