|September 27, 2014, 12:13||
word::stripInvalid() called for word
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I'm trying to write a little program to read in a velocity profile from a file that has y and u values like so:
I want to do this using an IFstream and at the minute have:
Where args.args() is an argument passed at the terminal that contains the path of the folder containing the file. I am passing the full path of this folder in quotes when running the program in the terminal, but I get the error:
"word::stripInvalid() called for word" then a print of the path and file name but without any "/" characters.
How do I overcome this error? I know that the file exists and the path and filename are correct, it seems that foam is removing the / characters, but obviously they are essential. I don't really want to move the files from there current location if I can help it and would prefer a solution from the coding side of the problem.
|November 4, 2014, 05:29||
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There is a special class in OpenFOAM to store file names and pathes, e. g.
Foam::fileName restartDir = runTime.path()/runTime.timeName();
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