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Re: NaN number in ASCII file

There is no good way to do this (or anyway tha I can think of). My suggestion
would be just to edit the file and replace the NaN's with some value.
Alternatively, you could use something like sed to do a command line

sed -e 's/NaN/-1.0e+10/g' < inputfile > outputfile


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