FILE_INCREMENT is a MATLAB program which increments every entry of an integer array which is stored in a file.
The program is restricted to handling a file that can be recognized as having M lines of text, each line containing N integer values.
The program might be most naturally useful if a given file contains an array of index values that need to be converted between 0-based and 1-based indexing.
Note that the following MATLAB commands will work faster:
array = load ( 'input_file' ); array = array + increment; save -ASCII 'output_file' array;However, the data is written in real number format, with exponents. I specifically want the output to be integers in recognizably integer formats. I don't care if it takes longer and requires more MATLAB commands.
file_increment ( 'input_file', 'output_file', increment )where
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FILE_INCREMENT is available in a MATLAB version.
FILUM is a MATLAB library which can work with information in text files.
TABLE_SCALE, a FORTRAN90 program which reads a TABLE file of N points in M dimensions and creates a copy with every entry scaled by a given scale vector.
TABLE_SHIFT, a FORTRAN90 program which reads a TABLE file of N points in M dimensions, creates a copy with every entry shifted by a given displacement vector.
RBC is a set of 500 3D nodes and 996 triangles. The triangle data was given using 1-based indexing, but the plotting program to be used expected 0-based indexing. Therefore, the file RBC_ELEMENTS_0.TXT was created by the command:
file_increment ( 'rbc_elements_1.txt', 'rbc_elements_0.txt', -1 )
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