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why I cannot manage to load the .lcg file
I have a .lcg file in my library folder, and want to load it to the active library. So I tap
then it appeared that
Updating library: d:\gauss\lib\Heer_2ed_dge.lcg
Path switch: LEAVEPATH - File paths not modified
and I can't see the new library in the left side of the window
So what's the problem
Thanks a lot
To load a library into GAUSS, you use the library command. You should enter:
GAUSS will know that it ends with the file extension .lcg. The lib command is for updating a GAUSS library (.lcg) file--for example adding files, or changing the path to find files referenced in the library.
It may be helpful to know that if you place your cursor on a command in the GAUSS Editor and hit the F1 key, GAUSS will open the help for that command.