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Thanks for your reply. It sounds like you guys got it nailed! I don't think I'm as experienced with C++ as you are though so I'll probably try something a little less destructive! It'd be great if you could attach the files you used to save me a few days of throwing rocks in the dark though! I did think of writing a section of code in the "main" program to loop through commands manually using UI->ApplyCommand(""). Something along the lines of:
// list of commands specific to source and the first gps source array element.
// apply command strings and conversions parameters
string string1 = "/gps/source/add "
string string2 = "/gps/time "
// loop to go through a couple of arrays containing distribution data
do (int i = 0, i < 1024, i++)
err1 = _gcvt_s(intensity, size, intensityArray[i], decimal);
err2 = _gcvt_s(time, size, timeArray[i], decimal);
// run the beam...
I've just written that from memory so there'll more than likely be some typos! The timeArray and intensityArray are obviously arrays containing the source distribution, could be read from a file or hard coded. I reckon this would work, haven't tried it yet so I'll let you know how it goes. Would be great to see what you guys did though.
Many thanks and if you have any thoughts on my "fudge" let me know! Mike
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