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The dump Command
The dump command sends a print of the internal matrix data
structure last used by the simulator for the current circuit to the
standard output. It is used for program debugging, amd may also be
useful for analyzing convergence problems.
dump [-r] [-c] [-t] [-f filename]
The command takes the following optional arguments.
Print the reordred matrix, the default is to print the matrix as it
exists before internal reordering is performed to optimize stability.
Print in compact form, showing only which elements are nonzero (marked
with `x') and zero (marked with `.').
Terse format, do not print header information.
- -f filename
Print output in the given file.
Stephen R. Whiteley