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     Since the complete input file is normally echoed back as part of the output file, and since processing of the inputs stops when the OU FINISHED card is reached, the run can be duplicated by simply specifying the output filename as the input runstream file.  Alternatively, the input records could be "cut and pasted" from the output file to a separate file using a text editor.  This allows for the model run to be duplicated even if the original runstream file is not available.

     By default, the models will echo each line of the input runstream file to the printed output file.  This provides a convenient record of the inputs as originally read into the model, without any rounding of numerical values that may appear in the input summary tables.  As noted above, it also means that the output file can be used as an input file to the model to reproduce a particular application.  However, for some applications, the length of the input runstream file may be too cumbersome to include the entire set of inputs at the beginning of each output file.  This may happen, for example, if a large number of sources are being defined or if a large number of discrete receptor locations are used.  For this reason, the user is provided with the option to "turn off" the echoing of the input file at any point within the runstream file.  This is accomplished by entering the keywords "NO ECHO" in the first two fields anywhere within the runstream file.  In other words, place NO in the pathway field, followed by a space and then ECHO.  None of the input runstream images after the NO ECHO will be echoed to the output file.  Thus, a user may choose to place NO ECHO after the Control pathway in order to keep the control options echoed, but suppress echoing the rest of the input file.

 

 

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  APLICACIONES castellano: DIS CUS DES  RAD   english: DIS CUS DES RAD  

 

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