### CCDNOTE

Adds a note to the current CCDPACK log file

#### Description:

This routine allows you to add a note to the CCDPACK log file. Notes are intended to cover such things as the object name, the person responsible for the data processing, etc. Notes can span more than one line if earlier lines are terminated by the continuation character ’-’.

ccdnote note

#### Parameters:

Name of the CCDPACK logfile. If a null (!) value is given for this parameter, then no logfile will be written, regardless of the value of the LOGTO parameter.

If the logging system has been initialised using CCDSETUP, then the value specified there will be used. Otherwise, the default is "CCDPACK.LOG". [CCDPACK.LOG]

Every CCDPACK application has the ability to log its output for future reference as well as for display on the terminal. This parameter controls this process, and may be set to any unique abbreviation of the following:
• TERMINAL – Send output to the terminal only

• LOGFILE – Send output to the logfile only (see the LOGFILE parameter)

• BOTH – Send output to both the terminal and the logfile

• NEITHER – Produce no output at all

If the logging system has been initialised using CCDSETUP, then the value specified there will be used. Otherwise, the default is "BOTH". [BOTH]

The comment to enter into the CCDPACK logfile. This may be continued on to other lines by using the continuation character "-". Input can be terminated either by not ending a line with a continuation character, or by use of the ! null character at the beginning of the line.
ccdnote ’"Start of the NGC2261 CCD reduction - R filter"’
ccdnote ’"Reduction performed by Tel. E. Scope"’