>From: Craig Motell <address@hidden> >Organization: University of Hawaii >Keywords: 199903290743.AAA06308 McIDAS Craig, >I see references to USE NV1SAE & NV1EAS FOR NAV TRANSFORMATION (SEE >DNGENNAV) > >In the navigation routines. So far I can't find where this >documentation, or include file, or program is. > >Can you point me to it? It appears that you might be looking at a really old copy of the McIDAS Application Programming Manual; true? When McIDAS was on an IBM mainframe, "edit members" (files in our world) typically started with the DN letter sequence. If you are looking at old documentation, I suggest that you go to the Unidata McIDAS-X HomePage: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/packages/mcidas/mcx and click on the Programmer's Rev. link under Documentation. >Also, why were at it. > >McIDAS refers to SOCKETS. What is a socket? A socket is a Unix communication thingy. You can get more information than I can provide by looking at man page entries for socket on your system. >Finally, who will win the NBA western division this year? I am betting on Utah for the Midwest division and the Lakers for the Pacific division. I don't think that Scottie Pippin will be enough for the Rockets down the stretch (they are aging pretty fast), and Portland just has to take a dive sometime. >Thankyou, Later... Tom
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