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Namelist Command Dictionary

The main input file for an elegant run consists of a series of namelists, which function as commands. Most of the namelists direct elegant to set up to run in a certain way. A few are ``action'' commands that begin the actual simulation. FORTRAN programmers should note that, unlike FORTRAN namelists, these namelists need not come in a predefined order; elegant is able to detect which namelist is next in the file and react appropriately.



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Robert Soliday 2014-06-26