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20030121: McIDAS-X at Santa Clara University

>From: Mahalingam Haritharan <address@hidden>
>Organization: Santa Clara University
>Keywords: 200301211713.h0LHD0x09375 McIDAS

Hi Mari,

I received a CC of an email that was sent to your HotMail address by
Rick Kohrs of SSEC:

>Are using the UNIDATA version of McIDAS?  If so, you will need to
>contact address@hidden  Right now I'm not finding Santa Clara
>University on our list of subscribers to the McIDAS Help Desk.
>Rick Kohrs
>On 01/21/03 12:53 AM, Mahalingam Haritharan wrote:
>> Hi support,
>> I am using for my project at santa Clara University. I have problem with the
>> software if you can give me some help.
>> I am using McIDAS-x7.800 to extract the datas (lat long alti) of the area 
>> where temperature go down below thrshold voltage. I have the interface code 
>> in fortran program. But the software picking point or area in only in 
>> specific area and not globally picking up the data when I execute my code. 
>> Is there anythink I should know about the software please let me know? how 
>> do I turn on global search.

Can you describe what you are trying to do in more detail?  For instance,
have you written your own software and are linking it against the McIDAS
library, or are you using a McIDAS application directly?  If you are
using a McIDAS application, which one and how are you running it?

Tom Yoksas

To: McIDAS Help Desk <address@hidden>
cc: address@hidden
Subject: 20030121: Help need
In-reply-to: Your message of "Tue, 21 Jan 2003 17:26:53 GMT."
>From: McIDAS Help Desk <address@hidden>
>Organization: UCAR/Unidata
>Keywords: 200301211713.h0LHD0x09375

Rick and Dee,

Rick CCed me on a note he sent to Mahalingam Haritharan.  It turns out that
Santa Clara University is using RAMSDIS on Windows 2000, and Hari is
trying to run a program originally written by someone at Florida State
and then modified by himself.

I just got off of the phone with Hari, and I agreed to take a quick look
at his code to see if anything jumps out at me to make it do what he


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