bernd wrote:All files on Frame3DD uses tab as a delimiter. Do you know if Frame3DD accepts spaces as well?

I replace tabs with spaces in exA.3dd and run frame3dd.

Frame3DD accepted spaces for data separate.

I think. Tab separator may use when the user writes input file with a spreadsheet.

result run on PowerShell:

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```
PS D:\Frame3DD\Data\exA> frame3dd exA_space_delim.txt exA_space_delim.out
←[00;44;37;01m
FRAME3DD version: 20140514+
Analysis of 2D and 3D structural frames with elastic and geometric stiffness.
http://frame3dd.sf.net
GPL Copyright (C) 1992-2014, Henri P. Gavin
This is free software with absolutely no warranty.
For details, see the GPL license file, LICENSE.txt
←[00m
←[00;42;37;01m
** Example A: linear static analysis of a 2D truss with support settlement (kips in) **
←[00m
number of nodes .................................... nN = 12 ... complete
number of nodes with reactions ..................... nR = 12 ... complete
number of frame elements............................ nE = 21 ... complete
number of load cases ............................... nL = 2
←[00;42;33;01m load case 1 of 2: ←[00m
number of loaded nodes ............................ nF = 5
number of uniformly distributed loads ............. nU = 0
number of trapezoidally distributed loads ......... nW = 0
number of concentrated frame element point loads .. nP = 0
number of temperature changes ..................... nT = 0
number of prescribed displacements ................ nD = 1
←[00;42;33;01m load case 2 of 2: ←[00m
number of loaded nodes ............................ nF = 3
number of uniformly distributed loads ............. nU = 0
number of trapezoidally distributed loads ......... nW = 0
number of concentrated frame element point loads .. nP = 0
number of temperature changes ..................... nT = 3
number of prescribed displacements ................ nD = 2
load data ... complete
number of dynamic modes ............................ nM = 0
mass data ... complete
missing matrix condensation data
←[00;42;33;01m Load Case 1 of 2 ... ←[00m
Linear Elastic Analysis ... Mechanical Loads
←[00m RMS relative equilibrium error = 7.278e-015 < tol = 1.0e-009 ←[00;44;33;01m ** converged ** ←[00m
RMS residual incremental displ. = 6.120e-018 .................←[00;42;33;01m not shabby! ←[00m
←[00;42;33;01m Load Case 2 of 2 ... ←[00m
Linear Elastic Analysis ... Temperature Loads
Linear Elastic Analysis ... Mechanical Loads
←[00m RMS relative equilibrium error = 2.625e-014 < tol = 1.0e-009 ←[00;44;33;01m ** converged ** ←[00m
RMS residual incremental displ. = 1.040e-017 .................←[00;42;33;01m very good! ←[00m
←[00m
```