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-The file is located in the same folder as [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] and contains information on updating of modeled fluxes using observations. This means that the values (e.g of flow or water stage) are changed for the rest of the simulation. The file holds the subbasins that will be updated (the order is irrelevant). Only subbasins which are to be updated have to be listed here. Updating is activated through [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt&#​updating_options|codes in info.txt]]. ​+The file is located in the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt&#​model_options|modeldir]] folder ​and contains information on updating of modeled fluxes using observations. This means that the values (e.g of flow or water stage) are changed for the rest of the simulation. The file holds the subbasins that will be updated (the order is irrelevant). Only subbasins which are to be updated have to be listed here. Updating is activated through [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt&#​updating_options|codes in info.txt]]. ​
  
 //​update.txt//​ is a tab-separated text file. The first row contains column headings, following rows hold data. Comment columns are allowed and ignored by HYPE, but the total number of columns must not exceed 20. A text column may contain at most 100 characters. //​update.txt//​ is a tab-separated text file. The first row contains column headings, following rows hold data. Comment columns are allowed and ignored by HYPE, but the total number of columns must not exceed 20. A text column may contain at most 100 characters.
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