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 doesn’t need to cover the whole simulation time period. Missing values is denoted -9999. doesn’t need to cover the whole simulation time period. Missing values is denoted -9999.
  
-The first row includes a text string (e.g. ''​date'',​ no spaces allowed) and then subbasin id(s). The first column is date in the format ''​yyyy-mm-dd [HH:​MM]''​. If+The first rows of the file may be comment rows. They begin with '​!!'​ to identify them as comment rows to be skipped when reading the file. The first row after the comment rows gives which subbasin (subid in GeoData.txt) the column’s data is given for. This row includes a text string (e.g. ''​date'',​ no spaces allowed) and then subbasin id(s). The first column is date in the format ''​yyyy-mm-dd [HH:​MM]''​. If
 set in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] that matlab-format should be read (''​readformat 1''​) the date format is ''​yyyymmdd[HHMM]''​. set in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] that matlab-format should be read (''​readformat 1''​) the date format is ''​yyyymmdd[HHMM]''​.
 The second to last columns are discharge for selected subbasins (i.e. not all subbasins are The second to last columns are discharge for selected subbasins (i.e. not all subbasins are
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