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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have a fortran file with code declarations such as
Subroutine str_tnum_tu &
s, dl, tu, pos &
Class (*), Intent (InOut) :: tu(:)
Character (Len=*), Intent (In) :: s, dl
Character (Len=*), Intent (In), Optional :: pos
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I have given up finally trying to find a way to do this.
I have a subroutine called LoginFirst where I am starting a new SSH session.
I have bunch of subroutines, each one of them uses a (or I have to create
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Okay I have a 1TB drive that is almost completely full with vids. I am in the process of converting them to mp4. I have two scripts right now. One is a shell script to convert them with Handbrake. The other is a script to get a sort of progress report. To make things easier to understand, I will... (0 Replies)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
So, I'm running a script with a couple of subroutines, one of which takes arguments using getopts. The first time i call the subroutine everything works as expected, the second time I call it none of the arguments change. Here's a small section of code that shows this behavior.
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am new to perl so had one question.
I have one Subroutine which works as expected and below is just an example.
where I ran a command and check the output.
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Discussion started by: tannu
I'm not new to C programming, but I'm having question regarding the memory allocation of a pointer variable which, for instance, will be declared in main(), but its memory will be allocated in subroutine.
To clearify my question, I provide a small working example:
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7. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am having problem calling a subroutine with arguments, can any help? is the approach I am using correct?
# This is just a subset of the code
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checkboard $b $lnum
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8. Shell Programming and Scripting
I can't get this script ot work and I wa wondering if anyone could help?
I need to open a file and use a subroutine to search each line for a regular expression. If it matches then I need to return a match from the subroutine and print the result?
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I am Administrator for a system works with uinx OS but, many times I get messages from server console inform me about Subroutine is Hanging
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I have something like
cp -p <dir>filename1.dat <dir2>filename1.dat
there are many other operations in it
I mean that filename1.dat will keep on changing
I need to write a subroutine so that i can pass filename1 or 2 or 3 .dat as parameter
Thanking you in advance
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Discussion started by: ssuresh1999
plot: openpl et al. - f77 library interface to plot(3X) libraries.
subroutine line(ix1, iy1, ix2, iy2)
subroutine box(ix1, iy1, ix2, iy2)
Draw a rectangle and leave the cursor at ( ix2,iy2).
subroutine circle(ix, iy, ir)
subroutine arc(ix, iy, ix0, iy0, ix1, iy1)
subroutine move(ix, iy)
subroutine cont(ix, iy)
subroutine point(ix, iy)
subroutine space(ix0, iy0, ix1, iy1)
These are interface subroutines, in the library -lf77plot, allowing f77 users to call the plot(3X) graphics routines which generate graphic
output in a relatively device-independent manner. The f77 subroutine names are the same as the C function names except that linemod and
closepl have been shortened to linemd and clospl . See plot(5) and plot(3X) for a description of their effect.
Only the first 255 character in string arguments to label and linemd are used.
This library must be specified in the f77(1) command before the device specific graphics library; for example, to compile and load a FOR-
TRAN program in prog.f to run on a Tektronix 4014 terminal:
f77 prog.f -lf77plot -l4014
See plot(3X) for a complete list of device specific plotting libraries.
plot(5), plot(1G), plot(3X), graph(1G)
4.3 Berkeley Distribution April 30, 1986 PLOT(3F)