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 The code is written in Fortran and is open source under the Lesser GNU Public License. SMHI took the initiative for a HYPE Open Source Community to strengthen international collaboration in hydrological modelling. More information about the initiative can be found at [[http://​hypecode.smhi.se/​|hypecode.smhi.se]].  ​ The code is written in Fortran and is open source under the Lesser GNU Public License. SMHI took the initiative for a HYPE Open Source Community to strengthen international collaboration in hydrological modelling. More information about the initiative can be found at [[http://​hypecode.smhi.se/​|hypecode.smhi.se]].  ​
  
-A HYPE simulation is started from the command line with the path to the model simulation configuration file as argument. Note that the path ends with a slash. For example, if your model is put in the folder model1 in the modelsetups folder on the D-drive and your Windows executable is on the P-drive, your command will look like this:+A HYPE simulation is in its simplest way started from the command line with the path to the model simulation configuration file as argument. Note that the path ends with a slash. For example, if your model is put in the folder model1 in the modelsetups folder on the D-drive and your Windows executable is on the P-drive, your command will look like this:
  
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