[TRNSYS-users] cycle in proforma

Diego A. Arias daarias at wisc.edu
Wed Dec 7 07:29:21 PST 2005

Dear Laurent,

I think that it is not possible to dynamically size a cycle from zero.  
You have to consider that the proforma sends the information to the 
routine written in Fortran. If you specify n=0, Fortran won't allow you 
to size an array to zero.
I guess that you can create a different proforma and, therefore, another 
type for the case where this parameter is not needed.
I hope this helps.  Please let me know if you have other questions.


Laurent SERRES wrote:

> Hi TRNSYS users
> I'm creating a new type, and I have some problems.
> In the proforma file I want to create a cycle associated with a 
> parameter (n for example)
> The problem occurs when n=0.
> In this case in iisibat the input is asked one time (the same that if n=1)
> So when I call the typeck subprogram the number of inputs required 
> (considering n=0) is less than the number of inputs specified 
> (considering n=1).
> Is there sommebody who knows the solution?
> Regards
> Laurent
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Diego A. Arias
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Solar Energy Laboratory
University of Wisconsin - Madison
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