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       pwo2xsf - convert the pw.x output file to XSF format


       pwo2xsf [special-option] coordinates-option [file]


       pwo2xsf  extracts  atomic  structures  from  pw.x  output file and prints the XSF formated
       structure data  to  standard  output.   It  is  a  utility  program  of  xcrysden  package
       (   and   XSF   is   the   native   xcrysden   structure   format

       If file is not specified then standard input is read.


       -r dim
           Reduce periodic dimension to dim, i.e., dim = 2, 1, or 0.


       These options specify which cordinates to extract. The possibilities are:

       -ic file
       --inicoor file
           Extract the initial, that is, input ionic coordinates.

       -lc file
       --latestcoor file
           Extract the latest printed ionic coordinates from pw.x output file.

       -oc file
       --optcoor file
           Similar to "--latestcoor" but extracts just the optimized coordinates  if  present  or
           else nothing.

       -a file
       --animxsf file
           Extract the coordinates of all ionic steps as Animated-XSF.

       -nc file
       --nebcoor PW.out
           Extract the coordinates and forces from the PW.out file of NEB (path) calculation.


       Copyright (C) 1996--2012 Anton Kokalj

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