I have XGRAPH directives, such as titles, embedded in my data files.
The Num-Utils get confused by these directives.
Is there anything I can do?
The Num-Utils will ignore anything prior to the Vector/Matrix identifier tag
(ex. !<Type> Real Vector</type> )
So place the title directives above the tag-line, and both XGRAPH and the Num-Utils will happily co-exisit.
I use Gnu-Plot, which uses # instead of ! for comments.
Can I use:
#<Type> Real Vector</type>
!<Type> Real Vector</tyoe>
|A:||Yes. The Num-Utils (and XGRAPH as well) except both # and ! as comment delimiters.|
|Q:||When I attempt to use the "shift" utility, I seem to be getting another program.|
Unfortunately some Unix shells have a built-in
command called "shift" which overrides the entry
from your path.
To overcome this, you must set an explicit alias for "shift".
In csh or tcsh:
alias shift /xxx/numutils/bin/shift
(Where xxx is your install path.)