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Old   February 10, 2020, 13:30
Default How can I create labels in HDF5 in order to convert to CGNS later?
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I'm working in a simulator within a program, and I'm not abled to use the CGNS library, however my output needs to be in the .cgns format. I'm using the HDF5 library which can generate CGNS files, but have different classes. For example, the HDF5 class Group corresponds to the CGNS class Node, thus, when HDF5 generates a CGNS file, you may use the Group class and it'll output a proper CGNS file with Nodes. However, nodes have an important feature which are the labels, and I can't find a way to generate the Nodes labeled using HDF5. Could you let me know this correspondent class or a way to do this conversion?
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