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 The first column is date-time. The default format is yyyy-mm-dd [HH:MM], where hour and minutes are necessary if the timestep is shorter than one day. The date-time is the beginning of the timestep. It is possible to use another date-time format: yyyymmdd[HHMM]. It is expected for all forcing files, if ''​readformat 1''​ is set in [[start:​HYPE_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]]. ​ The first column is date-time. The default format is yyyy-mm-dd [HH:MM], where hour and minutes are necessary if the timestep is shorter than one day. The date-time is the beginning of the timestep. It is possible to use another date-time format: yyyymmdd[HHMM]. It is expected for all forcing files, if ''​readformat 1''​ is set in [[start:​HYPE_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]]. ​
  
-The second to last columns are radiation for all stations or subbasins. The ID number (first row) may be ''​swobsid''​ or ''​subid''​. If ''​swobsid''​ is used, several subbasins may use the same radiation time series. ''​subid''​ is defined in [[start:​HYPE_file_reference:​GeoData.txt|GeoData.txt]]. The order of subbasins in //​SWobs.txt//​ does not have to be same as in [[start:​HYPE_file_reference:​GeoData.txt|GeoData.txt]]. ''​swobsid''​ may be defined in [[start:​HYPE_file_reference:​forckey.txt|ForcKey.txt]] or [[start:​HYPE_file_reference:​GeoData.txt|GeoData.txt]].+The second to last columns are radiation for all stations or subbasins. The ID number (first row) may be ''​swobsid''​ or ''​subid''​. If ''​swobsid''​ is used, several subbasins may use the same radiation time series. ''​subid''​ is defined in [[start:​HYPE_file_reference:​GeoData.txt|GeoData.txt]]. The order of subbasins in //​SWobs.txt//​ does not have to be same as in [[start:​HYPE_file_reference:​GeoData.txt|GeoData.txt]]. ''​swobsid''​ may be defined in [[start:​HYPE_file_reference:​forckey.txt|ForcKey.txt]].
  
 Example snippet of //​SWobs.txt//​ file: Example snippet of //​SWobs.txt//​ file:
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