To use this program, type METLIST from the command line prompt.  The program will prompt the user for the following information:

Enter Meteorology File Name: (Enter the name of the file containing the meteorological data)

     Options for File Formats are:

ASCII

UNFORM

FREE

CARD

Fortran format specifier

Enter File Format: (Select the format of the meteorological file by entering one of the four keywords above or by entering a Fortran format specifier, e.g. (4I2,2F9.4,F6.1,I2,2F7.1) )

Enter Output File Name: (Enter the name of the file to which the meteorological data listing will be stored)

Enter Day Range: (Enter the Julian start day and Julian end day, e.g. 1,10)

     The ASCII data format option for the METLIST program corresponds with the default ASCII format used by the ISCST3 and ISCEV3 models.  The Fortran specifier for this format is '(4I2,2F9.4,F6.1,I2,2F7.1)'.  The other format options are described in Section 3.5.1.1.  The METLIST program was compiled using the Microsoft FORTRAN Compiler, and therefore only supports unformatted data files generated by Microsoft versions of PCRAMMET or MPRM.  To use unformatted data files generated by either the Lahey or the Ryan‑McFarland compiler, the user should first convert the unformatted data file to the default ASCII format using the BINTOASC utility program (described in Section C.2), and then use the METLIST program and select the ASCII format option.

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