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Author:  macweather [ Thu Nov 13, 2008 8:29 am ]
Post subject:  <<Question>>I have a trouble in scripting

below sentences is my sample
#------PLOT SFC Wx CHART
ingest,D:\Program Files\DigAtmEquinox\archive\syn\@YYZ@MMZ@DDZ00.syn
ERASE
MAKE,1,34.0,118.0,5000,1000,800,0,0,1,1

#...... PLOT RH great than 80%
#ANALYZE,OVER FILL COLOR=130:255:130 EQUA=100 OVER FILL COLOR=160:255:160 GRTN=90 OVER FILL COLOR=200:255:200 GRTN=80 OVER FILL COLOR=180:250:180 GRTN=70 SADC=1:0 STOR=1 RELH Hsfc
PRODUCT,PLF,0,PLOT
EXPORT,D:\Program Files\DigAtmEquinox\MAPS\@YY@MM@DD00_SFC_RELH.gif

this semtences could be work

but if i add the command "POINT"

it show me that the encountered error and file not found

What's wrong???

Author:  wxforecaster [ Thu Nov 13, 2008 1:07 pm ]
Post subject: 

you have a "#" in the 2nd line in the 2nd paragraph. take that out and it will work

Author:  macweather [ Fri Nov 14, 2008 5:42 am ]
Post subject: 

wxforecaster wrote:
you have a "#" in the 2nd line in the 2nd paragraph. take that out and it will work


I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT THE COMMAND "POINT" MEAN?????

WHICH CONDITION IT COULD BE WORK???

Author:  Greg Higgins [ Fri Nov 14, 2008 3:20 pm ]
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The PLOT SFC Wx CHART script works as written and draws a map of the "far east".

After removing the # from the 2nd line as wxforecaster pointed out, the Plot RH script works as written. Change to read:

#...... PLOT RH great than 80%
ANALYZE,OVER FILL COLOR=130:255:130 EQUA=100 OVER FILL COLOR=160:255:160 GRTN=90 OVER FILL COLOR=200:255:200 GRTN=80 OVER FILL COLOR=180:250:180 GRTN=70 SADC=1:0 STOR=1 RELH Hsfc
PRODUCT,PLF,0,PLOT
EXPORT,D:\Program Files\DigAtmEquinox\MAPS\@YY@MM@DD00_SFC_RELH.gif


The Mapmaking Command "Point" does not exisit in your script. What are you wanting to do?

From the Manual; page 128, Mapmaking Commands
Point - Plots points

Author:  Greg Higgins [ Sat Nov 15, 2008 5:48 pm ]
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Ah, are you refering to the "#" (also referred to as a "pound" or "octothorpe") sign???

From the manual, page 123:

To "comment out" a line of code, simply place a # (octothorpe), : (colon), or ; (semicolon) at the begining of the line.

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