description:sddsselect excludes or includes rows from one file based on the presence of matching data in another
file. It is similar to sddsxref, but unlike that program does not import data from the second file.
Use a list of quadrupole names to get just the Twiss parameters are the quadrupoles:
files:input1 is an SDDS file from which rows of data will be selected for inclusion in output.
If input1 contains multiple pages, they are processed separately. input2 is an SDDS
file containing rows of data to use in selecting data from input1. Warning: if output is not given and
-pipe=output is not specified, then input1 will be replaced.
-pipe[=input][,output] -- The standard SDDS Toolkit pipe option.
-match=columnName1[=columnName2] -- Specifies the names of string columns from input1
and input2 to compare. If columnName2 is not given, it taken to be the same as columnName1.
Data in columnName is taken from input1 and columnName2 from input2. For each row in a page
of input1, a match for the string in columnName1 is sought in any row of columnName2. If a match
is found, the row is accepted.
-equate=columnName1[=columnName2] -- Identical to -match, except the columns contain
-invert -- Specifies that only rows that have no match or equal should be selected for output.
-reuse[=rows][,page] -- By default, if input1 contains multiple pages, each is selected against
the corresponding page of input2. In addition, each row of input2 is matched or equated to only
one row of input1. If -reuse=page is given, then each page of input1
is selected against the first page of input2. If -reuse=rows is given, each row of input2
can select any number of rows of input1.
-noWarnings -- Specifies that no warning messages (about, e.g., file length mismatches
or file overwrites) should be issued.
sddsmselect -- sddsmselect is a variant of sddsselect that permits multiple -match
and -equate options for more sophisticated cross-referencing. In other respects, the program is
used just like sddsmselect. sddsselect is much faster, however, for single-criterion matching or