Re: Documentation Question


I looked at it again and I found that section. I guess I am just a 
little confused on the exact use of some of the functions. I am very 
new to the whole GEMPAK world and I guess I am still a little confused 
on the format of some of its programs. For instance I understand 
that // is used to store one function basically as a variable and ! 
seems to separate the individual functions. However I was looking 
through the list of functions and I get really confused on the Boolean 
and less than greater than functions. For example say you had some 
grid where everything above a certain threshold needed one value and 
everywhere else needed another. Do you happen to know any place that 
has good examples of using these functions?

Thanks again for your help,

Jeremy Martin

>----- Original Message -----
>From: Kwan-yin Kong <kongkwan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Date: Saturday, October 14, 2006 3:34 am
>Subject: Re: Documentation Question
> Jeremy,
> If you run a GEMPAK session (e.g. sfmap), and type "help 
> GFUNC", it mentions about the // operator.
> Kwan

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