Commit 4509f043 authored by Sophie Wenzel-Teuber's avatar Sophie Wenzel-Teuber

Run format script

parent 94a5d0d4
......@@ -81,9 +81,9 @@ int main(int argc, char** argv)
/// to worry about this, but will likely need to pass it to a number of
/// classes and functions in the ExSeisDat library.
auto piol = ExSeis::make();
/// The exseis::piol::Input_file_segy class represents a SEG-Y file that we
/// will be reading from. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// performing some parallel I/O. It also takes the name of the file it
/// The exseis::piol::Input_file_segy class represents a SEG-Y file that we
/// will be reading from. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// performing some parallel I/O. It also takes the name of the file it
/// will be reading from.
Input_file_segy input_file_1(piol, input_filename_1);
Input_file_segy input_file_2(piol, input_filename_2);
......@@ -209,7 +209,7 @@ int main(int argc, char** argv)
/// ### Write
///
/// The exseis::piol::Output_file_segy class represents a SEG-Y file that we
/// will be writing to. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// will be writing to. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// performing some parallel I/O. It also takes the name of the file it will
/// be writing to. By default, if the file doesn't exist, it will create it.
......
......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ int main(int argc, char** argv)
/// classes and functions in the ExSeisDat library.
///
/// The exseis::piol::Output_file_segy class represents a SEG-Y file that we
/// will be writing to. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// will be writing to. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// performing some parallel I/O. It also takes the name of the file it will
/// be writing to. By default, if the file doesn't exist, it will create it.
......
......@@ -75,9 +75,9 @@ int main(int argc, char** argv)
///
auto piol = ExSeis::make();
/// The exseis::piol::Input_file_segy class represents a SEG-Y file that we
/// will be reading from. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// performing some parallel I/O. It also takes the name of the file it
/// The exseis::piol::Input_file_segy class represents a SEG-Y file that we
/// will be reading from. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// performing some parallel I/O. It also takes the name of the file it
/// will be reading from.
Input_file_segy input_file(piol, input_filename);
......
......@@ -67,9 +67,9 @@ int main(int argc, char** argv)
/// to worry about this, but will likely need to pass it to a number of
/// classes and functions in the ExSeisDat library.
auto piol = ExSeis::make();
/// The exseis::piol::Input_file_segy class represents a SEG-Y file that we
/// will be reading from. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// performing some parallel I/O. It also takes the name of the file it
/// The exseis::piol::Input_file_segy class represents a SEG-Y file that we
/// will be reading from. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// performing some parallel I/O. It also takes the name of the file it
/// will be reading from.
Input_file_segy input_file(piol, input_filename);
......@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ int main(int argc, char** argv)
/// ### Write
///
/// The exseis::piol::Output_file_segy class represents a SEG-Y file that we
/// will be writing to. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// will be writing to. It takes a "piol" object because it will be
/// performing some parallel I/O. It also takes the name of the file it will
/// be writing to. By default, if the file doesn't exist, it will create it.
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