Fortran Error 57 Attempt To Read Past End Of File
The following is its syntax: INTEGER :: IOstatus READ(*,*,IOSTAT=IOstatus) var1, var2, ..., varn The third component of the above READ is IOSTAT= followed by an INTEGER variable. What type of file is it trying to read? What does かぎのあるヱ mean? Examples In the following code, the DO-loop keeps reading in three integer values into variables a, b and c. weblink
As the total number of > > data stored is same in both of them, why is it attempting to read past > > the end of file. > > Can By then, you will be in a better position to ask meaningful questions in this group. -- mecej4 Tue, 16 Aug 2011 22:57:02 GMT Page 1 of 2 [ Computer beats human champ in ancient Chinese game •Simplifying solar cells with a new mix of materials •Imaged 'jets' reveal cerium's post-shock inner strength Feb 17, 2013 #2 SteamKing Staff Emeritus If you look at your RDDUMP code in the forum you will notice that the READ intruction (where you have problems) does not appear.
Thank you very much. do normal stuff ... press(DIMV(press)) ?....
If IOstatus is positive, you cannot trust the values of the variables in the READ statement; they could all contain garbage values, or some of them are fine while the others read more » Tue, 16 Aug 2011 02:15:03 GMT e p chandle#6 / 15 Attempt to read past end of file I am now trying to read in the same Write a main program in fortran, plain Fortran, no macros, no preprocessor that writes your data file. 2. Setting Vorticity in press do j = -1,129 y = float(j)*delta2+ylo do i = -1,97
The friendliest, high quality science and math community on the planet! I also suggest you find some on-site help at your institution. --- e Tue, 16 Aug 2011 02:53:06 GMT Richard Mai#7 / 15 Attempt to read past end of file You are trying to accomplish too much at one time. Quote:> Someone seems to be out of his depth...
I send you the DUMP and RGDUMP files They are part of the huge main file VLUGR2. How to handle a senior developer diva who seems unaware that his skills are obsolete? Check that each line read matches what you expect it to read. dx, dy ncel_x = 96 ncel_y = 128 delta1 = (xhi-xlo)/ncel_x delta2 = (yhi-ylo)/ncel_y open(55,file='press',form='formatted',status =
My CEO wants permanent access to every employee's emails. Real workstorage as returned from VLUGR2 C IWK : IN. gsal, Feb 17, 2013 (Want to reply to this thread? I also suggest you find some on-site help at your institution. > Yes.
Read ASCII files Skipping past header lines 5. have a peek at these guys So, in your program, you would have read a sequence of x values, but the y values would be ignored. I've pretty much given up trying here. The meaning of this new form of READ is simple: After executing the above READ statement, the Fortran compiler will put an integer value into the integer variable following IOSTAT=, IOstatus
Yes. How do I explain that this is a terrible idea? Tue, 16 Aug 2011 05:15:14 GMT dpb#12 / 15 Attempt to read past end of file Quote: >> ... >>> Someone seems to be out of his depth... >> And check over here Visit: Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC - 5 hours [ DST ] Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group
Problem : File gets deleted when a read and write operation is attempted 8. Someone seems to be out of his depth... For the second and > third arrays you multiply by delta1/2 and delta2/2. > Are you certain that this is what you want to do? > -- e > This is
win32all140 - PyOVERLAPPED does a bad INCREF past end of struct 11.
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This stuff is too complicated for me. Only if Reason is zero, one can start normal processing. The code is shown below, compiles fine but when I run the program and input the data file name say, "info.dat" I get a "attempted to read past end of file" this content Every time you read from the file, write what you see out to the console.
Awesome, I hadn't come across "iostat=" before. –The Composer Jun 18 '15 at 20:46 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up If the input is 1 @ 3 since @ is not a legal integer, the second time the READ is executed, io would receive a positive number and the above program