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start:hype_file_reference:info.txt [2020/12/02 08:00]
cpers [General]
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 Comment rows can be added anywhere and are marked with double exclamation marks, i.e. !!, or '​!!'​ followed by a space. For other rows, the first (and sometimes second) code string decides what information is to be read. The code can be written within or without apostrophes ('​…'​). Most codes are optional and can be omitted if not required in a model run. Codes are not case sensitive, except for directory paths given after codes //​modeldir//,​ //​forcingdir//​ and //​resultdir//,​ and time steps given after code //​steplength//​. Date-times are always specified as the beginning of the timestep. Maximum 18000 characters can be read on a single line. Comment rows can be added anywhere and are marked with double exclamation marks, i.e. !!, or '​!!'​ followed by a space. For other rows, the first (and sometimes second) code string decides what information is to be read. The code can be written within or without apostrophes ('​…'​). Most codes are optional and can be omitted if not required in a model run. Codes are not case sensitive, except for directory paths given after codes //​modeldir//,​ //​forcingdir//​ and //​resultdir//,​ and time steps given after code //​steplength//​. Date-times are always specified as the beginning of the timestep. Maximum 18000 characters can be read on a single line.
  
-A typical info file contains ​four groups of code-argument combinations:​+A typical info file contains ​five groups of code-argument combinations:​ 
 +  - Simulation options, e.g. simulation time period, where to find the model set-up
   - Model options, e.g. specification of time stepping, choice of optional modules, etc.   - Model options, e.g. specification of time stepping, choice of optional modules, etc.
   - Output options, i.e. type of result files and output variable specification   - Output options, i.e. type of result files and output variable specification
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