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Print Some / Plot Others Playing Nicely

Print Some / Plot Others Playing Nicely

Print Some / Plot Others Playing Nicely

Hey~ Happy Thanksgiving for US Persons...


Output Requests:


S A Y  I  H A V E  A B O V E..
Let's say hypothetically, I have a Zillion force outputs that I don't want f06 to textually list out all zat...

I how-eva want to have f06 print out ONE or TWO force outputs, say on a couple of spring elements,,,

So I need:

FORCE(PRINT) = 100  (You get the picture~)

How do you issue a directive whereby we get both of the effects output masterfully...
I'm talking about the sorta 'UNION'ized effect of:


Pre-Thanks as always.. Happy Turkey Eating~

  One More Thing (sounding like Steve Jobs)

Is there some Output 'Describers' that play together nicely but DON'T like to be together because they cancel each other? Let's call it Exclusive Requests..

for example, I think PLOT and PRINT could be in the same sentence.

Is there some Describers that are exclusive and effectively undoes the other?

RE: Print Some / Plot Others Playing Nicely

you can certainly have "PLOT" and "PRINT" commands. You can set what to be plotted/printed by groups.

Are you editting run cntl cards directly, or through a pre-processor (like FeMap or PATRAN)

"Hoffen wir mal, dass alles gut geht !"
General Paulus, Nov 1942, outside Stalingrad after the launch of Operation Uranus.

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