lthen return to load a file. Then, you can give its full name with extension name, e.g. ``
fileName.ocw''. All *nix systems except Mac OS X are case sensitive.
fileName'': if this file doesn't exist, the program will try to open first
fileName.ocwand will then look for extensions
.OXW...(anything else added upon request.)
l filename(the argument after
lis taken as the finename). You can use the TAB key for automatic completion.
Whatever your choice, extra blank(s), before and/or after the file name, don't matter.
The maximum number of points allowed in a scan is set to 8192; the following data points are ignored. I agree, that's not very clever, but that could be fixed if you've got huge files. (Note that scanning over one volt and back, making steps of 1mV, results in a file containing only 2000 E/i values, so the upper limit for the number of data points should not be a real problem.)
For the ``Load'' and ``oVerlay'' commands, if you change
your mind and don't want to load/overlay any more, just type
return. This is the meaning of the ``
filename ([return to abort]) :''
written on the screen when you are asked for a filename.
See also the ln command to
load SWV (
.oew) files, and loadstack to load a stack.
GreG to load a file in an arbitrary (ascii) format.
col x 7 y 12 /file filename /lines 34 1000
filenamethe 7th column as X, the 12th as Y, starting at line 34, ending line 1000
filenamecontains capitalized letters, type
/file "!fIlEnAmE"instead of
q, and answer
y(default) to the question
Update buffer ([y]/z/n) ?.
GreG's prompt for help or follow this link: http://www.iram.fr/IRAMFR/GILDAS/doc/html/greg-html/greg.html
Christophe Leger 2009-02-24