'prnt' ['se'|'sq' <RETURN|set|*chars*> ['range']]| ['n'|'e' <set|*chars*> 'range']| ['n'|'e'|'f'|'p'|'l'|'s'|'b'|'L'|'S'|'v' <entity>]| ['col']| ['amp' <RETURN|amplitude|*chars*>]| ['mat' <RETURN|material|*chars*>]| ['par' <RETURN|parameter>]| ['eq' <set>]| ['st' ['si']]| ['in']| ['usr']This keyword is used to print entity-definitions. The following entities are known:
To print the definition of a line, type:
prnt l lineName
An eventually assigned alias name for a given entity can be enquired with a leading question mark:
prnt l ?lineName
For elements and nodes is an additional parameter “range” availabe. In this case the range of node- or element-numbers will be displayed (max and min nr) and holes in the numbering are detected:
prnt n setname range
If an ccx- or abaqus-input-file was read then it is also possible to print the amplitudes (*AMPLITUDE in ccx) or the material-propperties (*MATERIAL in ccx), wildcards (*) can be used:
prnt amp amplitude-name
prnt mat material-name
If an ccx result file was read then the user headers (meta data)
and parameters of each dataset can be listed and written to the stack with either
to list all parameters of the active dataset or a single one like for example
prnt par STEP
can be listed and written to the stack (see stack). The available colors are listed with
See “col” on how to define or redefine colors.
The element quality is checked by using
prnt eq setName
The failed elements are stored in set “-NJBY”. See “eqal” on how to set the criterions.
Several other but not all parameters of this command writes to the ”stack”.