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20050217: 20050216: 20050216: 20050215: LDM question about Redbook graphics/pqact.conf



Gilbert,

The /p string is used for products which provide a second
line following the WMO that provides the NWS PIL.

Since the redbook products don't have a pil line, there is no /p tag.
The information following the "!" character (such as is provided for
grib, bufr, redbook etc) is information I'm obtaining
in the noaaport ingestor from within the data itself and providing
to suplement the WMO header as more explanatory than the WMO provides)..

Steve Chiswell
Unidata User Support

>From: Gilbert Sebenste <address@hidden>
>Organization: UCAR/Unidata
>Keywords: 200502171840.j1HIeIv2021503

>On Wed, 16 Feb 2005, Unidata Support wrote:
>
>> >> The GEMPAK distribution maintains the products by their NWS ids.
>> >
>> >Ah, that's how it is done. Can I use a .*/p suffix on the header to 
>> >capture just the redbooks?
>> 
>> You could use a pattern such as
>> ^(P.....) .... ([0-3][0-9][0-2][0-9][0-6][0-9]).*(NMCGPH...)
>
>Ah, OK. I thought the "/p" had to be in there when capturning anything 
>beyond the WMO header time stamp. It works! Thanks!
>
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