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Swirl Example

The SIMION SL™ Toolkit (version 1.2.1.0 - 2004-11-09)

Description: This example demonstrates creating a swirl-like potential array (such as a ribbon wrapped around a cylinder) via the SL PA libraries. There are three versions: one written in C++, one written in Python, and one written in Perl.

Category: SL Libraries

This program is implemented in three programming languages: C++, Perl, and Python. See each directory.

  • swirl_cpp
  • swirl_perl
  • swirl_python

CPP version

Use: To use, compile the swirl.cpp program into swirl.exe and run the program. Build files are provided for Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 and GNU g++ C++ compilers. If you use another compatible C++ compiler, you just have to make sure that you add the SL Libraries for C++ (lib\cpp) to your include seach path and make sure pa.cpp gets compiled into the binary).

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Perl version

Use: To use, just run the swirl.bat program. This will execute the Perl interpreter and point it to the location of the SL Libraries for Perl (lib\perl).

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Python version

Use: To use, set the "PATH" variable in swirl.bat to point to the directory in which python.exe is installed on your system. Then run swirl.bat.

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