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This file is a guide to the PENNZYME documentation.
pennz.doc - Beginners guide and User's guide to PENNZYME.
The basic reference manual.
files.doc - Contains an explanation of the kind of subroutines
found in each of the non-graphics PENNZYME files.
comp.doc - An explanation of how to compile the PENNZYME files.
exam.doc - An example of how we would compile and run
PENNZYME in our Tops - 10 environment.
It is not very nice because it includes all the
fortran warnings at compilation and other
local system details, but it should serve
as a reference. It's last lines, the running
of a pennzyme example, showing both input
and output, are probably worth seeing.
graph.doc - The graphic subroutines use a few machine
dependent graphics primitives. The subroutines
that call such machine dependent, operating
system provided routines are stored in the
file machin.ss. Graph.doc is a description
of those machine dependent routines, so
you can try to find analogous ones within
ralaw.doc - An index to the set of rate law subroutines
included in the distribution tape.