Thread: KZTIME

Started: 2007-03-28 02:40:26
Last activity: 2007-03-28 02:40:26
Topics: SAC Help
Fabian Walter
2007-03-28 02:40:26
Hello everybody,
I am trying to set some times in a SAC header. So far I did the following:

ch NZYEAR 2000 NZJDAY 100
ch NZHOUR 13 NZMIN 10 NZMSEC 0 NZMSEC 0

Although some of these changes do not appear with the 'lh' command (only when specifically referencering a header variable (e. g. 'lh NZMIN') I assume that this works fine. However, I would like to put a time string into the header. This variable is called KZTIME, as far as I understand. Since this is an alphanumeric variable, I assume I need to enter it in a special way. Does anyone know how to? Also, is there a way to use the variables I already entered to produce the KZTIME string?

Thanks a lot.
Fabian.

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  • Arthur Snoke
    2007-03-27 21:11:07
    In sac, do a

    SAC> help ch

    It includes information about resetting time variables. The way I do it
    is

    SAC> ch o gmt 1990 190 14 30 13 200

    Quoting from the help message;

    GMT v1 v2 v3 v4 v5 v6 where v1, v2, v3, v4, v5, and v6 are the GMT year,
    julian day, hour, minute, second, and millisecond of the time.

    On Tue, 27 Mar 2007, Fabian Walter wrote:

    Hello everybody,
    I am trying to set some times in a SAC header. So far I did the following:

    ch NZYEAR 2000 NZJDAY 100
    ch NZHOUR 13 NZMIN 10 NZMSEC 0 NZMSEC 0

    Although some of these changes do not appear with the 'lh' command (only when specifically referencering a header variable (e. g. 'lh NZMIN') I assume that this works fine. However, I would like to put a time string into the header. This variable is called KZTIME, as far as I understand. Since this is an alphanumeric variable, I assume I need to enter it in a special way. Does anyone know how to? Also, is there a way to use the variables I already entered to produce the KZTIME string?

    Thanks a lot.
    Fabian.

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