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