ecore

Section: WIN SYSTEM (1W)
Updated: 1995.7.25
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NAME

ecore - Creates JARRAY data from win form file  

SYNOPSIS

ecore start end rawdir chfile [ outdir ]

 

DESCRIPTION

ecore extracts channel data specified by channel table file  chfile in the period from time start to end from continuous win form file for one minute existing in  rawdir directory, subjects the data to low pass filter, and transmits them to  outdir as fixed-length file of 2-byte integer thinned at sampling rate 20 Hz. When outdir is omitted, the data are transmitted to current directory. One output file is made for the specified period, where the data corresponding to the number of channels for each sample interval are arranged in the file (channel multiplexed form). Output file name is same as start.

start and  end have form 'YYMMDDhh.mm' where year, month, day, hour and minute have two-digit number respectively. Data till the end of gminuteh specified by end are transmitted. In chfile, one hexadecimal channel number is written in each line, where one item at the head of each line is read, and others are bypassed. The line with '#' at the head is bypassed.

When data to be entered in channel are not found, data '0' is entered. When the value overflows from 2-byte integer, the data are clipped in -32768 or 32767.

In rawdir, the latest written win form file name ('YYMMDDhh.mm' form) must be written as content of file LATEST. Usually rawdir is output directory of wdisk(1W) or fromtape(1W). ecore writes processed win form file name in file USED of rawdir.

When ecore is initiated without argument, it displays brief usage.  

OPTIONS

None.
 

SOURCE

ecore.c
 

SEE ALSO

fromtape(1W), wdisk(1W)


 

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