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Torben0159

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  1. sry I didnt mention this I have tried this already, same error. What I find weird is that Hypermesh apparently skips the "\". My error message: couldn't open "C:UsersNutzerDocumentsStudiumzz_IAVz_TestSkript_einlesen est.UFF": no such file or directory My line in the script: "C:\Users\Nutzer\Documents\Studium\zz_IAV\z_Test\Skript_einlesen\test.UFF"
  2. Hello, first of all im new to Hypermesh and all the scripting. I made a tcl script, which reads a file (like .txt .UFF) and creates nodes from coordinates mentioned in the file. Everything works perfect in the tclsh-environment, it looks like this: % set fp [open "test.UFF" r] file5e9730 % set file_data [read $fp] 1 1 1 1 10 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 10 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 10 I skipped the rest of the code because I think its not necessary. If I execute the script in Hypermesh I get the following error: couldn't open "test.UFF": no such file or directory If I dont read the data file and define the matrix shown above manually, everything is good. So why doesnt Hypermesh find my file? Its definitely in the folder where I start the session from. I hope my problem is clear and someone can help me.
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