Robert B. Schmunk wrote:
On Mar 6, 2006, at 20:44, John Caron wrote:
The getBoundaryRef() are optional, and as you note, rarely (never?)
implemented. One of those features I planned to implement but didnt
get back to. Sorry for the cruft.
Ah, and I was hoping it would be an automatic thing. Sort of a convenience
method which would replace stringing together a
(((VariableDS)axis).findAttribute ("bounds").getStringValue ( );
A nice convenience method along those lines, for string valued attributes, is
NetcdfFile.findAttValueIgnoreCase(Variable v, java.lang.String attName,
Ill get the "all javadocs" back on line. Public is (sort of) the
stable public interface, "all" is everything, includeing experimental
classes and implementation classes.
Ah, if that's what "all" means, then I should probably stick to the
API. I've whined enough in the past about adjusting to API changes. :)
yes i would recommend it.
Robert B. Schmunk, rschmunk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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