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HYSYS script language reference documentation

HYSYS script language reference documentation

HYSYS script language reference documentation

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HYSYS has a script language in addition to its macro VB like language.

I have tried in vain to locate some reference documentation - does anybody know if this exists?

Best regards

Morten

RE: HYSYS script language reference documentation

Let me know if you find it - I have so far only been able to use it by recording scripts and then guessing at what they mean, so that I could modify it. I even remember generating a script dynamically using VB, then playing it in Hysys, because I couldn't get what I want using VB directly.

Cheers,
Joerd

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