RE: conditional scoring with FLUSCW using a flag in input file

From: Vasilis Vlachoudis <>
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2011 15:08:05 +0000

Hi Daniel,

strange that you don't see the WHASHOU() variables in FLUSCW. If you include
the SOURCM common you should see them correctly. See attached example.

Another way to define user parameters, can be done through the use of
USRGCALL and USRICALL cards. These cards will call the usrglo.f and usrini.f
routines respectively, however it is the user's responsibility to process the
parameters and store them somewhere e.g. in some common that (s)he access
later from FLUSCW.

Vasilis Vlachoudis

From: [] on behalf of Sanchez Parcerisa, Daniel
Sent: 17 October 2011 16:22
Subject: conditional scoring with FLUSCW using a flag in input file


I am using FLUSCW for some user-defined fluence scoring problem. I would like
to choose at run time between two possible modes of scoring using a flag in
the input file (in the same way that the source.f routine can be controlled by the WHASOU(i)
user variables, but I can't find a way to do it, since the WHASOU(i) variables aren't seen
from the FLUSCW routine (even including SOURCM commons).
Are there some user variables that can be read from the input file and passed on to FLUSCW?

Thank you very much

Daniel Sanchez Parcerisa

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