wadd

Section: WIN SYSTEM (1W)
Updated: 1995.7.14
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NAME

wadd - Binding of two win format files with overlapped time  

SYNOPSIS

wadd mainfile subfile [ outdir ]

 

DESCRIPTION

Wadd adds a win format file  subfile to a win format file  mainfile, and enters the result in a directory specified by  outdir with the same name as  mainfile. When  outdir is not specified, the result replaces  mainfile. Time range of the result file coincides with that of  mainfile. In  subfile, data of the same channel number as  mainfile are bypassed. That is to say, among  subfile, the part of which time range overlaps with  mainfile and only of which channel number is different is added to  mainfile.

Wadd is the same directory as a win format waveform file, considers a file made by adding '.ch' to waveform file name to be its channel table file, makes the channel table file name by adding '.ch' to result file name, and synthesizes them. If the channel table file is not found, the channel table file of the result is not created.

When subfile does not contain data of start time (the first second) of  mainfile, wadd inserts dummy data of channel contained in  subfile in data for the first second of the result file. The purpose is to deal with the risk that win(1W) program bypasses channels not contained in data for the first second.

Cat(1) can be utilized to couple two win format files having the same channel configuration and adjacent time range.

When wadd is initiated without argument, brief usage is displayed.  

OPTIONS

None.
 

SOURCE

wadd.c
 

SEE ALSO

win(1W), wed(1W), wck(1W), winformat(1W)


 

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