February 9, 2023 at 10:00 amEng_AlbertoSubscriber
I need to group back all my single ASCII files (e.g., abstat, nodout, glstat, matsum, ...) in a single binout000* file. I know from here (https://ftp.lstc.com/anonymous/outgoing/support/FAQ/ASCII_output_for_MPP_via_binout) that it is possible to do the opposite, i.e., extrapolating the ASCII files from the binout, but I can't find anything about the reverse.
I'm facing this issue because I, unfortunately, deleted the binout files after the simulations, keeping only the ASCII ones ?. I could re-run the simulations, but it takes time.
Can l2a.exe do what I want, or does anybody have other walkarounds for this problem?
February 10, 2023 at 5:54 pmImtiaz GandikotaAnsys Employee
Hi, Why not use the data in ascii file? I don’t think this is possible. Not sure if this is possible by writing your own 'l2a'. The binout file is written in the LSDA binary format. The library for reading and writing LSDA files is available here: http://ftp.lstc.com/user/lsda/
February 17, 2023 at 1:12 pmEng_AlbertoSubscriber
Hi, thanks for your reply. I can't use ASCII files because I'm working with an external tool to post-process data, and it needs binout.
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