SPECPR Users’ Manual Page 8-f10.1 F10: Sorting Routine Alias: sort The function arranges data into increasing wavelength order. Entry is by the usual method for special functions: from the math routines, enter the file id and record number of the data set or be sorted. Errors may be included by an "e" option on the math command line. After entering the sort routine, the title of the data set to be sorted is printed along with the wavelength set in use. The user may change the wavelength set at this point by entering the (upper case) file id and record number of the wavelength set. WARNING: Only the data file is sorted, but by specifying the wavelength file when calling f10, the wavelengths may be sorted also. For example, say the wavelengths are in v3 and the data in v6. First sort the wavelength set. From math operations, type the v3f10 or v3sort command. Once inside the sort routine, set the wavelength set, in this example to the: V3 wavelength set. Once the wavelengths are sorted, sort the data set v6: v6sort and once inside you should not have to set the wavelength set again because V3 should already be in use. Simply press return to sort the data.