Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of ShWritea


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06/28/2012 05:39:37 PM (10 years ago)
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MarcusWalther
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  • ShWritea

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    55'''command''': WRITEA <ascii-file> <trc-list> [<i1> [<i2> [<i3> ... ]]] 
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    7 Writes traces to ASCII file. If more than one trace is specified then the ASCII data are concatenated. From each trace info entries can be inserted to the ASCII file. The info's DELTA and LENGTH are written automatically to the ASCII file. The parameters <iN> can contain additional info entry description strings. Name and value of the info are then inserted to the output file. Each information is placed in a separate line. The sample data are written in 
     7Writes visible traces to ASCII file. If more than one trace is specified then the ASCII data are concatenated. From each trace info entries can be inserted to the ASCII file. The info's DELTA and LENGTH are written automatically to the ASCII file. The parameters <iN> can contain additional info entry description strings. Name and value of the info are then inserted to the output file. Each information is placed in a separate line. The sample data are written in 
    88exponential format, eight numbers per line (to change this, see qualifiers). If an ASCII file of the name <ascii-file> exists already, the new data file is appended (see also /REPLACE qualifier). This means that you can write your own header of the ASCII file using the commands [ShEchoCh ECHO_CH] and [ShEcho ECHO]. 
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