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LIST

        CLIC\LIST [key] [/SHORT] [/BRIEF] [/LONG] [/OUTPUT file]
        [/PROJECT] [/SOURCE] [/VARIABLE var_list [/FORMAT format_list]]
        [/OFFSET] [/FLAG]

    This command lists header information of an  ensemble  of  observations.
    LIST  is used for a quick look to observation headers, in a more or less
    detailed format. 'Key' specifies the file to be listed: IN  or  OUT;  if
    'Key'  is not present, the current index (as determined by the last FIND
    command) is listed. The list will be ordered by scan numbers or  by  re-
    ceiver  number, depending on the command SET SORT SCAN|RECEIVER|NUM. For
    each observation, a medium-sized format is used by default. This can  be
    modified using the options:

    LIST /BRIEF

        Brief format (observation numbers and version numbers only).

    LIST /LONG

        Long  format (not allowed for the output file). Several lines can be
        listed for each scan, that can be selected using the SET FORMAT com-
        mand.

    LIST /SHORT

        Gives  only  one  line for a set of scans with same parameters; IFPB
        and CALI are not listed. The first and last scan of each  group  are
        logged in array S_GROUP[2,N_GROUP], N_GROUP is the number of groups.

    The  output of the LIST command can be written in an output file instead
    of the terminal using the "/OUTPUT File" option.  LIST can also be  used
    to to list a number of specific parameters:

    LIST /FLAG

        List data flags for current index.

    LIST /PROJECT

        List the observing projects in the current index. The number of dif-
        ferents offset positions is in variable N_OFFPOS, the offsets are in
        array OFFPOS[2,N_OFFPOS].

    LIST /SOURCE

        List  the  observed sources in the current index. The number of dif-
        ferent source is in variable N_SOURCE, the source names in character
        array C_SOURCE[N_SOURCE].

    LIST /OFFSET

        List the observed position offsets for the current index.

    LIST /VARIABLE var_list

        List  the  value  of  the header variables given in var_list.  These
        variables must have been defined by command  VARIABLE.  If  "/FORMAT
        format_list" is also given, each variable in the list is printed ac-
        cording to the associated format item. The format items  must  match
        the variable types. With option /SHORT, a line is printed only if at
        least one of the variables has changed, and is preceded by the  cor-
        responding scan number range.

        Example: LIST /VARIABLE FREQUENCY IFCEN[2] /FORMAT f10.3 f6.3 /SHORT
        gives the sky rest frequency and the central IF frequency of subband
        L02,  as  a function of scan numbers. These variables must have been
        previoulsy defined using VARIABLE RF and VARIABLE LINE.


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