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Pro Program

ptc-128832
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Pro Program

Hi,

I'm working with pro program at a very low level, because I cannot find information that can help me.

Does any body lnows where I can find toturials, or a trainning manual or, at least, a list of parameters I can use, so I can improve my work?

Thanks

Regards


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BenLoosli
22-Sapphire III
(To:ptc-128832)

Check out the Help Topic Guide from Wildfire 4. There is a Program manual in there. If you can't find it, email me and I will send you a copy. looslib<at>centrusenergy.com.

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What is it that you want to do?

For the momment I just make parts appear and disappear depending certain conditions/calculations.

What I need is to know program well, so I can take the most of advantage I can, from it.

Luis,

I have done this sort of thing before and it is relatively easy to accomplish in ProProgram. When I did this, I used the value of a given parameter to force ProProgram to suppress or keep active a certain feature.

Here's the way I did it:

1) Create a parameter that will logically control if you want a certain feature created. Assign it a value of 1 if you want to keep certain modeling features or 0 if you want to suppress them. Control the value of the parameter in your relations.

2) In ProProgram, scroll down to where the feature in question is created

3) At the beginning of the feature, write an 'If' statement such as:

IF FEATURE_CONTROL_PARAMETER==1

4) In ProProgram, scroll to the end of where the feature in question is created and close the IF statement with

ENDIF

5) Save and incorporate your changes and test it. This should do it.

-Mark

Hi Mark,

That is the way I do the stuffs, but I believe that I can improve the way to do and go further.

Thanks

BenLoosli
22-Sapphire III
(To:ptc-128832)

Check out the Help Topic Guide from Wildfire 4. There is a Program manual in there. If you can't find it, email me and I will send you a copy. looslib<at>centrusenergy.com.

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