The output variables (or vectors) are used to identify the circuit
variables. Each output variable may represent a node voltage, a current, a
parameter of a device instance, or a model parameter.

Vectors of voltages

The name of the vector is equal to the name of the node. Exceptions are the
names of the vectors of the nodes with a numeric name which are in the form:

V(node_number)

Example:

V(5) - is the vector of the voltage at node 5. CLOCK- is the vector of the voltage at node
CLOCK.

Vector of current flowing in the independent voltage source

These vectors are specified as:

source_name#branch

Example:

VCC#branch - is the vector of current flowing
in the independent voltage source VCC.

Device instance parameters

These vectors are specified as:

@device_name[parameter_name]

Example:

@R1[i] - is the vector of the current through
the resistor R1. @M1[cgs] - is the vector of gate-source
capacitance on mosfet M1.
@Q1[vbe] - is the vector of B-E voltage on
Q1.

Model parameters

These vectors are specified as:

@model_name[parameter_name]

Example:

@BC107[rb] - is the vector of base resistance
on model BC107.