readbin - ATLC's binary file information provider
This man page is not a complete set of documentation - the
complexity of the atlc project makes man pages not an ideal
way to document it, although out of completeness, man pages
are produced. The best documentation that was current at the
time this version was produced should be found on your hard
drive, usually at
although it might be elsewhere if your system administrator
chose to install the package elsewhere. Sometimes, errors
are corrected in the documentation and placed at
http://atlc.sourceforge.net/ before a new release of atlc is
released. Please, if you notice a problem with the documen-
tation - even spelling errors and typos, please let me know.
readbin reports on the number and type of pixels created by
the program atlc.
There are no options for readbin
% readbin coax2.V.bin
file length=127008 bytes = 15876 pixels
there are: 489 ones, 10852 zeros, 0 -ones, 4535 other values
the full documentation. bitmapfile.bmp
Original bitmap file. Must be 24-bit colour uncompressed.
X-component of E-field as a binary.
y-component of E-field as a binary. .
Sqrt(Ex^2+Ey^2), as a binary. bitmapfile.V.bin
Voltage as a binary.
All the saved binary files (.bin's) are saved as a double
precision number for each of the pixels. The first double is
the top left, the last the bottom right.
http://atlc.sourceforge.net - Home page
http://sourceforge.net/projects/atlc - Download area
atlc-X.Y.Z/docs/html-docs/index.html - HTML docs
atlc-X.Y.Z/docs/qex-december-1996/atlc.pdf - theory paper
atlc-X.Y.Z/examples - examples
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