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Old   June 6, 2008, 22:30
Default How to create a UDF
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Sean
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Hi, everyone,

I have a question about UDF: I copy and paste the code from the FLUENT UDF manual and save it as a .c file. What should I do then?

In the FLUENT UDF manual, Ch5.2, there is a note: " Note that if you are running serial or parallel FLUENT on a windows system, then you must have Microsoft Visual Studio installed on your machine and have launched FLUENT from the Visual Studio console window to compile a UDF"

But how to "launch FLUENT from Visual Studio console window"?

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Sean
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Old   June 11, 2008, 23:39
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Open the command prompt of visual C++. Then drag the fluent shortcut from your desktop to that command prompt. The fluent will be launched.

I hope it helps you.
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