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To save the value back into the config file: enter the name of another variable into the writeback param. When the other variable is changed at runtime, the config file will be re-written.
 
To save the value back into the config file: enter the name of another variable into the writeback param. When the other variable is changed at runtime, the config file will be re-written.
 
The config files are INI files, with a file structure described [https://docs.python.org/3/library/configparser.html#supported-ini-file-structure here] and that basically look like this, parameters named (the key, or option parameter in the block) and organised in sections (the square-bracketed name).
 
 
  [Transmission]
 
  frequency = 2410000000
 
  gain = 10
 
  [Runtime]
 
  samp_rate = 1000000
 
  # Parameters for the low-pass filter
 
  [Filtering]
 
  cutoff = 10000
 
  width = 5000
 
  
 
== Parameters ==
 
== Parameters ==

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