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In order to simplify all, or part, of the work necessary to perform a calculation, the MODULEF code proposes an assembly of preprocessors and postprocessors. These programs allow, in particular:
According to the nature of the module called by the processor, and more precisely, according to the amount of data to enter, two types of programs have been defined. The programs of type 1 are those requiring little data to be activated. Type 2 programs require a larger data set.
The program organization is different for each type, and consequently, the calling scheme assumes two forms, shown below.
The processor names have been, as far as possible, standardized. In this way, a preprocessor associated with a module called, MODULE, assumes the name MODUXX, i.e., the two last letters of the module name are replaced by XX.