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Any text written after the coordinate input will automatically be
Sorry - some of my inline comments seem to have been dropped.
It not only looks wrong - it is wrong. I think I mounted the brain on the wrong mount-point this morning. What I meant was:
i.e. if there is a comment, and the comment is not blank (i.e. it is not pointing to a nul-terminator), add a whitespace to output, otherwise add "a nothing"
Any text written after the coordinate input will automatically be forwarded to the output stream. Text in columns before the coordinate input is discarded in the output. This works for any combination of -c, -t and -z parameters: $ echo 12 56 100 2018.0 comment comment | cct +proj=merc 1335833.8895 7522963.2411 100.0000 2018.0000 comment commen $ echo text 12 56 100 2018.0 comment | cct -c 2,3,4,5 +proj=merc 1335833.8895 7522963.2411 100.0000 2018.0000 comment $ echo text 12 56 comment | cct -c 2,3 -t0 -z0 +proj=merc 1335833.8895 7522963.2411 0.0000 0.0000 comment $ echo 12 56 comment | cct -t0 -z0 +proj=merc 1335833.8895 7522963.2411 0.0000 0.0000 comment Closes #918