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                          | -> Sec  |
COMPute  [tbegc] [deltc] <     MIn   > [tendc]
                          |    HR   |
                          |    DAy  |

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This command orders SWASH to start the computation.

[tbegc] the start (date and) time of the computation, the format is  
  1 : ISO-notation 19870530.153000  
  2 : (as in HP compiler) '30-May-87 15:30:00'  
  3 : (as in Lahey compiler) 05/30/87.15:30:00  
  4 : 15:30:00  
  5 : 87/05/30 15:30:00'  
  6 : as in WAM 8705301530  
  7 : 153000.000  
  This format is installation dependent. See Implementation Manual or ask the  
  person who installed SWASH on your computer. Default is option 7.  
[deltc] the time step of the computation, the unit is indicated in the  
  next option:  
  SEC unit seconds  
  MIN unit minutes  
  HR unit hours  
  DAY unit days  
[tendc] the end time of the computation, format see [tbegc].  


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STOP

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\end{picture}

This required command marks the end of the commands in the command file. Note that the command STOP may be the last command in the input file; any information in the input file beyond this command is ignored.


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