Andrew MacIntyre Andrew.MacIntyre at acma.gov.au
Mon Jul 6 02:16:10 EDT 2009

Hamish wrote:
> also I suspect Python can do binary reads in a clean way, which
> may help if the expected format was known.

Python's struct and array modules are a good starting point for 
handling binary data.

Numpy (http://numpy.scipy.org/, can be built with NetCDF support) 
is a third party module of considerable utility.


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