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Old   February 19, 2014, 11:26
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Could anyone help me write a fortran file to output plot3d grid file?

I find some information on the Internet. But I still don't know how to write this file.

I just want to write a 2-D gird file, and I know the details about every point.

So, could anyone tell me the format of plot3d file?

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Old   June 4, 2014, 07:45
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By this time you would have figured out the solution, but still.
The format extension of the plot3d file is p3d.
The file goes like this,

<Total number of blocks>
<number of grid points in each direction of each block starting from 1-n blocks>
<Coordinates of all grid points>

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