|November 6, 2013, 14:36||
Trouble getting current temperature in a UDF
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I'm trying to write a UDF that will apply a new temperature to a wall at each time step. However, I keep getting an error message whenever I attempt to use F_T(f,t) or C_T(c,t). Here is my UDF:
I keep getting the error:
"invalid type conversion: float -> pointer to char."
Does anyone know what this error message means and how to fix it?
|November 7, 2013, 10:51||
Join Date: Jun 2013
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In addition, replace 't' with 'T'.
At the begining of your UDF, the t is a thread not a temperature subsequent yet. This will clash.
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