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Old   November 30, 2020, 02:34
Default Deleting Specific Mesh Interfaces in a Journal File
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I have some mesh interfaces. And I want to write in a code that provides to delete some mesh interfaces which I want.
Normally, when I use a scheme file, the code is written according to the order of the mesh interfaces. I mean like (0 1 2 3 4 5...). However, I want to delete the name which I write in a code.
Example: I have intf01: -mesh-interface-1, intf02: -mesh-interface-2, intf03: -mesh-interface-3
And only I want to delete -mesh-interface-2 in a journal or scheme file.
By the way, the problem is also here. I cannot write the prefix (intf0x). Because when I run this geometry another time, I get a different prefix. Therefore, I just have to write the mesh interface name without prefix.
So, How I can do that?

Thanks a lot!
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