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xvpsnap - convert xvp NBODY files to snapshot format files

Synopsis

xvpsnap in=xvp_fiiile [parameter=value] ...

Description

xvpsnap converts (fortran) direct access files in Quinn/Balcells format (see also rvp(5NEMO) ) to standard snapshot(5NEMO) format. Some control exists over which snapshots are extracted from the input file.

Currently the user must know if the input xvp file is in single or double precision (native floating point) format. The output file will be in single precision snapshot format.

Parameters

The following parameters are recognized in any order if the keyword is also given:
in=
Input xyp(5NEMO) file. No default.
out=
Output snapshot(5NEMO) file. If none given, the program will automatically operate in scan-mode and report all selected (see model= and times= below) snapshots. Default:
times=t1[:t2],...
Select by time ranges. *** not implemented yet ***
model=
Select by model numbers (0=all, 1=first). Any nemoinp(3NEMO) expression can be given. [Default: 0 (all)].
headline=
Random verbiage added to the history of the output file.
nbody=
Maximum number of bodies allowed for memory allocation. By default, the xvp input file will be scanned to retrieve the correct number of bodies. By using this keyword, this scan will be skipped. In this case any too small number will cause unpredictable results.
nobytes=4|8
Number of bytes per floating point number in the xvp input data. Valid numbers are 4 (single precision) and 8 (double precision) files. Note: There is no way, other than trial and error, for the user to find out if a dataset of unknown content is in single or double precision. Default: 4.

Bugs

xvp(5NEMO) files that consist of multiple snapshots must all be equally sized.

See Also

xvp(5NEMO) , tabtos(1NEMO) , atos(1NEMO) , rvc(1NEMO) , snapshot(5NEMO)

Files


~/usr/balcells/nora/{xvpread.f,xvprd8.f}    I/O routines for library
~/src/nbody/io/xvpsnap.c                    this program

Author

Peter Teuben

Update History


30-May-94    V1.0 Created     PJT


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