Manual Reference Pages - FTOA (1)
ftoa - Frames to ASCII triples (x,y,z).
Usage ftoa [arguments] [file]
Convert AIM binary output to ASCII. Either column-wise (format=nap) or row-wise (format=sai) format is understood. Each data point is output as a triple: (x,y,z) where (x,y) specify the coordinate in terms of a pointwise coordinate system with the origin (0,0) in the bottom-left of the display. The output is in space-separated ASCII numbers with one triple per line.
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|SunOS 5.6||FTOA (1)||7 September 1993|