Warning !

Soas is no longer maintained. You are strongly encouraged to switch to its successor, QSoas


(o) set the cumulative ASCII output file.

The output file is used each time:

The default output file is set as ``out.dat'' in the directory you are running soas from (the ``working directory''), but this file can be changed using this routine.

If you don't want this file to be created in the working directory, you should specify a complete name,
e.g. /usr/people/YourName/YourDirectory/NewPeakFile.dat, or
``~/YourDirectory/NewPeakFile.dat''. A relative name (e.g. ../NewPeakFile.dat) would be dangerous if you decide later to change the working directory. You must give a path that exists, and you must be allowed to write this file. This is NOT checked for. Note that any trial to write the result of a peak search in a ``forbidden'' file will result in a ERROR during writing of... message, meaning that the results of the peak search are NOT saved. Change the output file and try again.

Warning !

Soas is no longer maintained. You are strongly encouraged to switch to its successor, QSoas
Christophe Leger 2009-02-24