This function can read several matrices from a `Normaliz` output file. At the moment, the only ouput file that contains several matrices is the file with suffix `cst`. It contains the supporting hyperplanes, the defining equations and the congruences defining the (same) cone. It is possible that one of the matrices is a matrix with zero rows.

i1 : nmzFilename="example" -- to keep the files o1 = example |

i2 : mat=matrix({{1,2,3},{4,5,6},{7,8,10}}); 3 3 o2 : Matrix ZZ <--- ZZ |

i3 : normaliz(allComputations => true,mat,"integral_closure") o3 = RationalCone{cgr => 0 } equ => 0 gen => | 1 2 3 | | 2 3 4 | | 3 4 5 | | 4 5 6 | | 7 8 10 | inv => HashTable{ => (1, 1, 1) } class group => (0, 3) degree 1 elements => 5 dim max subspace => 0 embedding dim => 3 external index => 1 graded => true grading => (-1, 1, 0) grading denom => 1 hilbert basis elements => 5 hilbert quasipolynomial denom => 2 hilbert series denom => (1, 1, 1) hilbert series num => (1, 2) inhomogeneous => false integrally closed => false internal index => 3 multiplicity => 3 multiplicity denom => 1 number extreme rays => 3 number support hyperplanes => 3 rank => 3 size triangulation => 1 sum dets => 3 sup => | -4 11 -6 | | -2 -2 3 | | 1 -2 1 | o3 : RationalCone |

i4 : readMultipleNmzData "cst" o4 = {| -4 11 -6 |, 0, 0, | -1 1 0 |} | -2 -2 3 | | 1 -2 1 | o4 : List |

i5 : rmNmzFiles(); |

- readMultipleNmzData(String)