[gmx-users] Relationship between the spetide.gro file and the #spetide.gro.1#?

Arun kumar arun.target at gmail.com
Tue Aug 14 18:26:15 CEST 2007

      If your working directory contains a file named already speptide.gro,
when u run another simulation for which the output (final coordinates) is
also speptide.gro, then the previous file will be backed up as
#speptide.gro.1# . Similarly if u run another simulation then the
speptide.gro file will be backed up as #speptide.gro.2# . It applies to
every file in ur working directory. Hope u understood..

On 8/14/07, huifang liu <huifangliu1985 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am a new learner of Gromacs.I want to kown what relationship between the
> spetide.gro file and the #spetide.gro.1# file is and how to see the
> content of the  #spetide.gro.1# file.
> Hope to get your help!
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Arun kumar.V
M.E Chemical Engineering
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