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cpers [How to run HYPE]
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 HYPE does not provide a graphical user interface. Users provide model set-up options and input data to HYPE using input text files. Model outputs are returned as text files as well. The compiled HYPE executable is run by double-clicking (on Windows) or by call from a command line (Windows or Linux). A system installation is not required. When invoked from the command line, HYPE takes up to three command line arguments: The search path to the folder where the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] file with model setup arguments is stored which is mandatory, a sequence number which is optional, and an optional flag for name of parameter file.  HYPE does not provide a graphical user interface. Users provide model set-up options and input data to HYPE using input text files. Model outputs are returned as text files as well. The compiled HYPE executable is run by double-clicking (on Windows) or by call from a command line (Windows or Linux). A system installation is not required. When invoked from the command line, HYPE takes up to three command line arguments: The search path to the folder where the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] file with model setup arguments is stored which is mandatory, a sequence number which is optional, and an optional flag for name of parameter file. 
  
-^ flag      ^ argument ​      ​^  +^ flag                 ​^ argument ​        ​
-| -infodir //or// -i    | path     ​+| -infodir //or// -i   ​| path             ​
-| -sequence //or// -s    | seqnr    +| -sequence //or// -s  | seqnr            
-| -p | //no arg// |+| -p                   ​| //no argument//  |
  
  
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