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1.5 Running the Example Program

If WFDB is properly set, MIT DB record ‘100s’ is on-line and readable, and the example program was compiled correctly, it can be run by typing

 
psamples

(Try ‘./psamples’ if ‘psamples’ doesn’t work.) Its output will appear as:

 
995     1011
995     1011
995     1011
995     1011
995     1011
995     1011
995     1011
995     1011
1000    1008
997     1008

The left column contains samples from signal 0, and the right column contains those from signal 1.


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George B. Moody (george@mit.edu)