|AuxLib - Auxiliary Library|
When working on various programming projects one often writes short code segments that are general in nature. We started collecting these auxiliary functions in a common place, the Auxiliary Library. At the moment AuxLib consists of only one module, containing input/output functions, but the library may be extended by additional, general functions.
|Download & Install|
Just click on
AuxLib-BalticSea.tgzto download the package. Type
tar xzvf AuxLib-BalticSea.tgzto unpack or, alternatively, gunzip and untar the file in two separate steps. This creates a directory named
AuxLibwhich contains all the files. Change into this directory and customize the
makefile. Then type
makewhich should leave you with the library file
int read_int(FILE *fp, int *dummy);Read the next integer after skipping over a possible comment.
int read_double(FILE *fp, double *dummy);Read the next double after skipping over a possible comment.
int read_string(FILE *fp, char *a);Read the next string which is terminated by EOF, white space, tab or carriage return, after skipping over a possible comment.
int read_stringline(FILE *fp, char *a);Read the entire current line as string, terminated by EOF or carriage return. Comments are not skipped.
void skip_comment(FILE *fp);If current line starts with a '#' character it will be skipped.
void clear_line(FILE *fp);Skip all characters in current line until EOF or carriage return is reached.
'AuxLib' - Auxiliary Library
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