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WRITe TRAJectory { <write-trajectory-statement> } END
is invoked from the main level of XPLOR
specifies whether the output trajectory file is ASCII (ASCIi=TRUE) or binary (ASCIi=FALSE). A scale factor s and an offset o are applied to the coordinates before they are written to an ASCII file; i.e., (default: FALSE).
is the FORTRAN format for the OASCii= TRUE option. If the hexadecimal format is specified when writing an ASCII trajectory file, care should be taken to ensure that the coordinates after application of the scale factor s and the offset o are all positive. Otherwise, FORTRAN format runtime errors will occur during writing or reading of the ASCII file. The default offset and scale should work well in most cases (default: 12Z.6, hexadecimal).
is to be used only for subsequent calls. It appends the current coordinate set to the trajectory file.
provides an offset o for the OASCii=TRUE option (default: 800).
designates an output trajectory filename.
terminates writing to the trajectory file and begins writing to another trajectory file.
provides a scale factor s for the OASCii=TRUE option (default: 10000).
specifies that only selected atoms are being written.

The integration step unit of the ``fake" trajectory file that is produced by this statement is set to 1.

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