oh, yes. the "1.50" is specially encoded, not as a number, actually.

2012/2/20 Angel HerrŠez <angel.herraez@uah.es>
Today we came across the issue of allocating echos to a certain atom for a range of frames.

While trying to do that, †I suggested to my colleague to use decimal notation for specifying
the frame/model
Now I have a doubt. How does comparison work with decimal (file.mdel) frame numbers?

e.g.
select model<1.50
select model<1.5

will those be different? †(I assume a file with more than 50 frames)






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