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Old   December 10, 2003, 06:14
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Hi, when you define a passive scalar, how can you assign a value it. That is, if you calculate the value as a function of any variable in a any subroutine, how can you tell Star that this value correspond to that passive scalar. I tried doing it in a straight forward way, just by typing i.e. 'scalar(6)=f(x)' but it doesnt work, Star doesnt even let me run the program. I would appreciate any suggestions. Many thanks, CM
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