wgrib2: for
Introduction
The for option selects the range of record numbers
upon which to operate using the "for" syntax. If you want to operate on
records 10 to 20, you would use the parameter 10:20.
If you want to operate on all the even records from 10 to 20, you would
use 10:20:2. The restrictions are the start value must be less than
the ending value and the step has to be greater than zero.
The for option ignores the submessage number when
selecting the fields.
Usage
for I:J:K same as for n = I to J by K
for I:J same as for n = I to J by 1
for I::K same as for n = I to MAX_INTEGER by K
for I same as for n = I to MAX_INTEGER by 1
Example
$ wgrib2 file.grb2 for 4:5
4:13335:d=2008120200:RH:750 mb:anl:
5:17098:d=2008120200:TMP:2743 m above mean sea level:anl:
See also:
if_rec
match
for_n
