>From: "Kwan-yin Kong" <address@hidden> >Organization: CCNY >Keywords: 200306171633.h5HGXmLd000512 McIDAS DSSERVE Kwan-yin, >I am experimenting with the PTDISP command. A >simple one I issued was: > >PTDISP RTPRSRC/SFCHOURLY PAR=T[F] FORMAT=I3 LSI=6 > >The command displays the temperature in F correctly if I >issue it in a McIDAS command mode window. But if I issue >it from the UNIX prompt like the following: > >ptdisp.k RTPRSRC/SFCHOURLY PAR=T[F] FORMAT=I3 LSI=6 > >It then reports the following. > >ptdisp.k: no match > >I am mystified. Don't know what to say. You need to escape the bracket characters since the shell is trying to interpret them: ptdisp.k RTPRSRC/SFCHOURLY PAR=T\[F\] FORMAT=I3 LSI=6 Tom
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