[SAC-HELP] get the header in ascii

andreas wessel awbochum at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 17:17:59 PDT 2006


There is a way to write ascii, but it's far from perfect, as it is kind of
tricky to see which values belong to which variables.
If you have the file in SAC memory, you can write it as ascii with

and then look at the values in your terminal, the header is at the beginning
(it shows only the values, but not the names)

$ head filename

Please let me know if you find a better way to do this.


On 10/9/06, Heloise.Cadet at ujf-grenoble.fr <Heloise.Cadet at ujf-grenoble.fr>
> Good mornning
> I'd like to know how to get the header of sac files into an ascii file?
> thank you
> Regards
> Héloïse
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