Reading in Real data in hexadecimal format

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Reading in Real data in hexadecimal format

Post by SSchlueter »

Is there a way to read in a file of data written out by Intel Fortran in hexadecimal format? Specifically, I would like to write out quad precision (16 byte real) data in a column file using an A16 format, which spits it out in machine representation (IEEE X_floating). If I write out 10 columns in 10A16 format, can Dplot read it in? What about double precision (10A8, IEEE T_floating), or single precision (10A4, IEEE S_floating) formats?
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Post by DPlotAdmin »

No on all of that, sorry. Your only option is to write a file import plugin, or send me a couple of files along with the ASCII equivalents and I'll knock out one for you.
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