Thus the following two cards would have the same effect, one using the default read format (Format parameter left blank) and the other explicitly providing the ASCII read format described above:
The user‑specified ASCII format is input as a character field of up to 60 characters, and may be used to specify the READ format for files that differ from the default format. The variables are identified in the READ format in the order given above, but by using the Fortran tab edit descriptor (Tx, where x is the column number), the order of variables within the file may be different. A utility program, BINTOASC, is available for converting unformatted PCRAMMET meteorological files to the default ASCII format for applications that do not involve dry deposition. The BINTOASC utility program is described in Appendix C.
For FREE‑formatted reads, the model uses a Fortran free‑format READ statement, meaning that the variables in the meteorological data file must be in the order listed above, and must be separated from each other by a comma or at least one blank. The format does not need to be the same on each record as long as the variables are appropriately delimited.
201 - 202 - 203 - 204 - 205 - 206 - 207 - 208 - 209 - 210 - 211 - 212 - 213 - 214 - 215 - 216 - 217 - 218 - 219 - 220 - 221 - 222 - 223 - 224 - 225 - 226 - 227 - 228 - 229 - 230 - 231 - 232 - 233 - 234 - 235 - 236 - 237 - 238 - 239 - 240 - 241 - 242 - 243 - 244 - 245 - 246 - 247 - 248 - 249 - 250
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