From: Po-Lun Ma <polunma_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 21:52:39 -0400

Hi NCL-Talk,

I have a basic question about fbinrecwrite:

In the on-line document:


Example 2:

It uses fbinrecwrite to write out u(64,128), v(64,128), z(64,128,17,31).

Then use Fortran to read in by first declaring:

real u(128,64), v(128,64), z(64,128,17,31)

In NCL the fastest changing dimension is the rightmost and in Fortran
it is the leftmost. Hence, u(64, 128) in NCL is the same as u(128,64)
in Fortran. Why is z in Fortran still (64,128,17,31), instead of


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