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NAME

       cif_values - Read CIFs and print out requested tag values in a tabular form.

SYNOPSIS

       cif_values --options input1.cif input*.cif

DESCRIPTION

       Read CIFs and print out requested tag values in a tabular form.

OPTIONS

       -t, --tags _tag1,_tag2,_tag3

       --tags "_tag1 _tag2 _tag3"
                         Print out values of tags _tag1, _tag2, and _tag3;
                         the specified tag list becomes a new list of printed tags.

       -a, --add-tag _tag4
                         Add tag _tag4 to the list of printed tags.

       -c, --clear-tags
                         Clear the list of printed tags accumulated so far.

       -h, --header
                         Print out header with the names of selected tags at the
                         beginning (default).

       -h-, --no-header
                         Do not print out any header.

       -r, --replace-spaces
                         Replace spaces into underscores (default).

       -r-, --dont-replace-spaces, --no-replace-spaces
                         Do not replace spaces into underscores (works
                         satisfactory only when tabs are used as separators).

       -s, --separator=", "
                         Use the specified string as a separator between tag
                         values on a line.

       -u, --uniquify-tags _tag1,_tag2
                         Print only unique values of specified tags, not the whole
                         list of values.

       --add-uniquified-tag _tag1
                         Add tag '_tag' to the uniquified tag list.

       -u-, --dont-uniquify-tags, --no-uniquify-tags
                         Print all values of all tags, do not uniquify any tags
                         (default).

       --tab-separator
                         Use TAB character as a separator between tag values on
                         a line (default).

       --vseparator, --value-separator ','
                         Use the specified string to separate multiple values
                         of a given tag (default ',').

       --treat-dots-as-underscores
                         Convert all dots in tag names into underscores (default).

       --dont-treat-dots-as-underscores, --no-treat-dots-as-underscores
                         Leave original tags as they are.

       --filename
                         Print out full filename at the beginning of each line.

       --fix-syntax-errors
                         Try to fix those syntax errors in input CIFs that can be
                         corrected unambiguously.

       --no-fix-syntax-errors,

       --dont-fix-syntax-errors
                         Do not try to fix syntax errors in input CIFs (default).

       --basename
                         Print out basename of each file at the beginning of each
                         line.

       --no-filename
                         Do not print file names (default).

       --dataname
                         Print out data block name at the beginning of each line
                         (default).

       --no-dataname
                         Do not print data block names.

       --use-perl-parser

       --use-c-parser
                         Specify parser to parse CIF files. C parser is default.

       --help, --usage
                         Output a short usage message (this message) and exit.

       --version
                         Output version information and exit.

REPORTING BUGS

       Report cif_values bugs using e-mail: cod-bugs@ibt.lt

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