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Can I run a Surfer script from the command line?

This article explains how you can run a Surfer script from the command line.
 

You can run a script via the command line with this syntax:   

"<Scripter path>" -x "filename.bas"

The –x means execute, and quotes are necessary around the file path to the Scripter.exe file and the BAS file.

For example:

“c:\program files\golden software\surfer 14\scripter\scripter.exe" -x "c:\surfer\scripts\BreakApart.bas"

 

Updated February 14, 2017

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