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Old   May 4, 2003, 00:35
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Hi, my friends,

My simulation requires me to modify the built-in models of CFX. I practised the example in the manual but I am still not sure what this means in the following statement:


I am not so familar with the Fortran 77. Could anybody please help me with this statement?

By the way, where can I find the detailed information about how to use the global variables in the template files.


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Old   May 5, 2003, 08:38
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Hi Daniel Read any introductory book of Fortran
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Old   May 7, 2003, 06:12
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Bart Prast
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It is within CFX the definition of the stack for the strings In CFX several stacks are defined (real, integer, etc)
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