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Conversion from FORTRAN to C#

Conversion from FORTRAN to C#

Conversion from FORTRAN to C#

Hi Tek-Tip members,

Can anyone help me in finding an C# version of Reading a Binary File sequentially.

In Fortran I am writing the file with foll parameters

With BinaryReader in C# I am able to read the contents as Stream but not Sequentially.

I have also attached a binary file which has content of 3 different datatypes and the sequence of writing is: CHARACTER(30), INTEGER, REAL
The resulting output is:
"Mike Tyson"

RE: Conversion from FORTRAN to C#

Regardless of how the binary file was written or which language was used to write it, shouldn't you be asking this question in the C# forum? winky smile

RE: Conversion from FORTRAN to C#

Hi salgerman,
I would have asked to the c# community, but they don't know anything about fortran. They are like What is SEQUENTIAL File access and stuff..

RE: Conversion from FORTRAN to C#

Allow me to be Devil's Advocate to your reasoning: What's C# ?

So, like I said...why would you even mention Fortran? Just describe in a programming-language-agnostic, plain-english manner what you want to achieve, period.

RE: Conversion from FORTRAN to C#

Use ACCESS='STREAM' when creating the file in the Fortran program

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