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UCONV(1)							      UCONV(1)


NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     uconv - convert FORTRAN unformatted file

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     uconv [ -ic ] [ file1 ] [ -r num ]	[ -o file2 ]

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     uconv converts a FORTRAN unformatted data file either from	IRIS Series
     2000 or IRIS Series 3000 FORTRAN form to IRIS-4D Series FORTRAN form, or
     vice versa.  uconv	allows FORTRAN users to	port their otherwise nonportable
 data files opened	as FORM="UNFORMATTED".

     The uconv command has the following options:

     -i	  Identifies the input file as an IRIS Series 2000 or IRIS Series 3000
	  FORTRAN unformatted data file.  This is the default.	Note: the -c
	  option may not be specified with this	option.

     -c	  Identifies the input file as an IRIS-4D Series FORTRAN unformatted
	  data file.  Note: the	-i option may not be specified with this
	  option.

     -r	num
	  Identifies the input and output files	as FORTRAN unformatted direct
	  access data files, with record length	num.  Absence of this switch
	  identifies the files as FORTRAN unformatted sequential access	data
	  files.

     file1
	  The input file to be converted.  Default is stdin.

     -o	file2
	  Specifies the	output file to be created. file2 must not exist.  If
	  this option is absent, output	is printed to stdout.

AUTHOR    [Toc]    [Back]

     Deborah Ryan

NOTES    [Toc]    [Back]

     uconv can not convert IRIS	Series 2000 or IRIS Series 3000	FORTRAN	data
     files opened as FORM="BINARY". uconv can not convert IRIS Series 2000 or
     IRIS Series 3000 FORTRAN data files opened	as FORM="UNFORMATTED" with the
     $BINARY option.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

      
      
     Porting FORTRAN Code to IRIS-4D Series Workstations.


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