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Old   March 26, 2018, 13:29
Default unable to run macro C_CHILD(c,t,i) in fluent.
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Hi all,

I have written following udf for accessing neighbours of a cell in fluent. The macro I am using i.e C_CHILD(c,t,i) is defined in "mem.h". I am also allocating variables associated with this in this header file. Still Access violation error is coming. Can someone suggest way to make it run ??

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Piyush Pant

#include "udf.h"

DEFINE_ADJUST(cell_child, d)
Thread *t;
cell_t c;
int n;
FILE *fp;


// Message(" SV_CHILD variable not allocated \n");
// else
// Message(" SV_CHILD variable allocated \n");


fp = fopen("data1.txt", "a");
fprintf(fp," c, n = %u %d %u \n ", c, n, C_CHILD_INDEX(c,t,n) );


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