First an example. Notice the diagonal channels marked with u
and v as well as the twelve types of land
boundaries represented by neat MS-DOS line-drawing characters.
From left to right:
|Inland (the stippled symbol)||u=v=0, zeta=0||0|
|East-coast||u+v=0, values to the east||10|
|North-coast||u-v=0, values to the north||20|
|NE-cape (sea to the NE)||v=0, values to the NE||50|
|NW-cape||u=0, values to the NW||60|
|SE-bay (sea to the SE)||u=v=0||90|
|u - sea connected (narrow passage open for SE-currents)||v=0||130|
|v - sea connected (narrow passage open for NE-currents)||u=0||140|
| / - land connected SW-NE (two bays (NW and SE)
| \ - land connected NW-SE (two bays (SW and NE)
There are flags carrying other meanings.
for hints how to view/print these arrays.
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