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Re: variable named t

As you have learned, when you put a variable name in quotes to
distinguish it from the pseudo-variable T.  Unfortunately there is
a minor bug in Ferret.   If we have 't' and 'T' in a file, we can use
both of them by specifying 't' and 'T'.  But if only 't' is in the file,
Ferret can only find it if we call it 'T'.  Our apologies for the confusion.

Ansley Manke

gnzeng wrote:

> dear ferret_users
>                 Thanks to Jaison Kurian,Murat Gunduz, Zuojun Yu, and Xuhua Cheng
> the problem is solved by the second solution raise by Jaison Kurian,i.e. through the help of ncdump,ncgen.
> however, it seems a quiz when adapt new variable's defination,i.e. i must type "def var temp='T' ,
> instead of def var temp='t' ,can i get the right result.
>                 thanks again.
> gnzeng
> led_rs@scsio.ac.cn
> 2003-09-11
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Ansley Manke  Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory  Seattle WA

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