The online FCL Command Language Reference is a complete guide to the command language that underlies the FELIX program. Contained within its pages is information about the basics of the language, symbols and expressions, macros, real-time displays, menus (and how to customize them), the database, and commands. Appendix C contains some useful example macros.
This reference is available only online. An index and table of contents are provided, and you may use the searching capabilities of your browser to locate information.
If you want, you may print individual chapters of this guide using your browser's printing capability.
Please see the online help for more information about the commands in the menu interface. For information about using FELIX, please consult the FELIX User Guide and FELIX Tutorials books.
This guide is primarily intended for advanced FELIX users who are interested in modifying the user interface, writing macros, and doing other operations that require the FELIX command language FCL.
Some of the things FCL allows you to do are:
You will probably want to familiarize yourself with a few things before working with FCL:
Before you begin, be certain that you have these things available on your workstation:
You can find additional information about general molecular modeling, structure determination, and NMR data analysis in several other books published by MSI:
Unless otherwise noted in the text, this guide uses the typographical conventions described below:
Select the Transform/Rotate menu item.
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