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Old   February 7, 2005, 17:34
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Thanks for replying to my message posted yesterday. But what is exactly nmake? Is it a file that is missing? If yes, where can I find this file? Thanks for your help once again!
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Old   February 8, 2005, 14:21
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You need to read Fluent's instructions for setting up and compiling (or interpreting) udfs. You will find their detailed instructions with the documentation that comes with Fluent. I can't help you with all the details here.

As a side note, I would generally recommend looking for another way to set-up and solve a problem, rather than a udf, even if it is a compromise. From my experience, you would need to allocate about a week to design, set-up, and test even a simple udf. And, if you have no idea on how to even get started, you can double or triple that estimate.
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