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

Yang Ye leafyoung at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 14 19:11:27 CEST 2007

Gromacs tends not to overwrite existing files so the old file will be 
rename to #{ORIGINAL FILENAME}.X#. X is a serial number. Since hash, #, 
is a special character in Linux, so you need to prepend a backslash to 
it. So to open such file, type a command like

more \#XXXX.X\#

Yang Ye

On 8/14/2007 11:36 PM, huifang liu 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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