about location and input

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Azam Besharat
Azam Besharat on 31 Aug 2020
Commented: Rik on 9 Nov 2020
Hi everyone.
What does this mean?
input = import3struct(location)
I couldn't understand the rule of "locaion" here.
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Rik
Rik on 9 Nov 2020
Edited: Rik on 9 Nov 2020
Why did you remove much of your question? I could only recover this from Google cache:
about location and input
Hi everyone.
What does this mean?
input = import3struct(location)
I couldn't understand the rule of "locaion" here.
And your last comment:
So I just set input file and the program will work.
This is a part of code:
function dipole_solid_fourier(location,orbital_no)
input = import3struct(location);
fig_ending = '.pdf';
adach_str = sprintf('%1.5f',input.adach);
%FILE_NAME = [location,'/dipolesup.dat'];
FILE_NAME = [location,'/currentsup.dat'];
Rik
Rik on 9 Nov 2020
And here is a backup copy of your other question, in case you try anything there:
Fourier transform of a current data file
Hi everyone I have to get fourier transform of a current data file. It's about calculating the high harmonic generation. How can I do it? Thanks for your guide

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Asad (Mehrzad) Khoddam
Asad (Mehrzad) Khoddam on 1 Sep 2020
Edited: Asad (Mehrzad) Khoddam on 1 Sep 2020
So, the location is path to the folder containing the data file, for example : location = 'c:/dipole_tess';
FILE_NAME will be the absolute location of the data file. In Windows system you should use '/' instead of '\'
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Asad (Mehrzad) Khoddam
Asad (Mehrzad) Khoddam on 2 Sep 2020
Yes I meant using '\' instead of '/' in Windows. Fortunately, even in Windows systems, we can uses '/' in Matlab to address the location of a file

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 1 Sep 2020
function dipole_solid_fourier(location,orbital_no)
input = import3struct(location);
fig_ending = '.pdf';
adach_str = sprintf('%1.5f',input.adach);
%FILE_NAME = [location,'/dipolesup.dat'];
FILE_NAME = [location,'/currentsup.dat'];
Notice that in that final line, location has a character vector appended to it. location is very likely to be a character vector itself. In particular, it is a character vector representing a directory name. The file currentsup.dat will be looked for in the given directory.

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