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Re: OPLOT fails intermittently, any ideas?

bleau@umtof.umd.edu (Lawrence Bleau) writes:

> In article <3B558E4C.15326C2C@fz-juelich.de>, Reimar Bauer <r.bauer@fz-juelich.de> writes:
> >If you are able to make sav files of the data when it happens,
> >some of us in this news group probably could see if it will be a problem
> >in idl5.4 /idl5.4.1 too.
> >
> >We need for this test a small programm script and the sav data.
> Done.  Go to umtof.umd.edu, anonymous ftp, and get the files bug.pro and
> oplot_saveall.sav .  Do a .run bug.pro, it'll do the restore and the plot/oplot
> pair.
> I'm using Z-buffer, btw.

Lawrence, I tried downloading your code and save file. [ In the
future, please do not save system variables, because, *poof* there
goes my path! ]

I did not get the error message you reported.  The resulting image I
got, when I TVRD()'d the Z buffer, was a plot from 1100 to 1400 hours.
The data was a wiggly trace that ranged from about 600 to 2000.  The
image was clipped slightly on the bottom.  Other than that, it seemed
fine.  Feel free to forward this information to RSI.

IDL> print, !version
{ x86 linux unix 5.3 Nov 11 1999}


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