From: "Bill Long" <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Friday, April 27, 2018 5:54 AM
>> On Apr 26, 2018, at 7:57 AM, Jaromir Jakacki <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Thank you for replay,
>> the main point is that my colleague made mistake and have calculated wrong record length
>> (calculated record length correctly, but did not use '-assume byterecl' flag). Then wrote data
>> without the flag. I would like to fix it using record length based on bytes. For example for
>> real*8 array with 10 elements:
>> 1) his record length (SRL) is 10*8*4 = 320
> This just seems wrong. The I/O data are 80 bytes long.
That's what he said.
I’ve not heard of an implementation that uses a length unit of just 2 bits.
2 bits? Where does that come from?
>> 2) based on bytes record length (DRL) should be 10*8=80
>> How can i read data based on SRL and write is based on DRL.
>> I tried to read it using recl=320 but it does not work (it saves data, but i am not able to read
>> it using different sofware).
> You can open the file for STEAM access and manually position the file at the right locations that
> have the data you are trying to read.
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