Since you all helped me so well the previous time, I have a second question for you. I think it's fairly simple, but for some reason I can't find the answer.
I want to write to a file, in a certain format; however, it doesn't write it exactly as I want:
fprintf(fpout, "ATOM %2d %c %c %d %02.3f %02.3f %02.3f\n", i, 'C', 'C', 1, *(x+i), *(y+i), *(z+i));
This produces something like this:
ATOM 6 C C 1 5.047 5.964 17.520 ATOM 7 C C 1 10.631 18.405 10.309 ATOM 8 C C 1 16.209 3.768 17.726 ATOM 9 C C 1 11.412 1.535 16.305 ATOM 10 C C 1 19.698 2.367 17.878 ATOM 11 C C 1 15.690 2.018 5.066
(in the text file everything is in OK up to the 1).
However, as you can see, the coordinates (the last 3 floats).
because some numbers are in 2.3f format, and others in 1.3f format, they don't line up as i want. I tried using "%02.3f" so that it embeds a 0 in front of the coordinate IF the coordinate is in 1.3f format. (Still with me? ). But that doesn't work; the 0 isn't put in the file.
For some reason it does work with the %2d in the 2nd column.
Thanks in advance,