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I recall seeing something on this within the last 6 months or so, but I
can't find it... Sorry for using bandwidth...
I would like to store arrays with floating point numbers in a disk file. 
In other words, are there canned functions out there that give access to
the bytes in a floating point number so that they can be put into byte
arrays for file i/o?

Thanks  :8o)
David S. Bright                        bright@enh.nist.gov  
Microanalysis Research Group 
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