Changes between Version 23 and Version 24 of ticket/1851/General


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2017-02-24T15:37:31+01:00 (4 years ago)
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    198198So what does this all mean? 
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    200 Well isecfst is only set on TS=1. So it never changes and it's value is always the number of seconds of the timestep of TS=1 relative to some reference date. 
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    202 So llnew is true if iseclast - isecfst >  10800 
    203  
    204 I think that statement should use >= for starters. 
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     201 
     202Well llnew is true if iseclast - isecfst >  10800 
     203 
     204I think that statement should use >= for starters because by that logic if iseclast is 1010800 and isecfst 1000000 then we're at a whole coupling frequency since the previous TRUE condition and should be doing a new calculation - but we don't because (1010800-1000000) = 10800 which is not greater than 10800, it's equal to it! 
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    206206Try that, but not worth pursuing further since it seems that the things calculated here are for diagnostic purposes only.