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= Error Message Examples =
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[[Category: Error messages]]
  
  When the fourth parameter, I, to Function [[Stepinterp]] is not specified, the array parameters
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== Error message examples ==
  to [[Stepinterp]] must have exactly one index in common. However, in this call, there is more than
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  When the fourth parameter, «I», to Function StepInterp is not specified, the array parameters
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  to StepInterp must have exactly one index in common. However, in this call, there is more than
 
  one index shared by the array parameters, so that implied index is ambiguous. It is recommended that
 
  one index shared by the array parameters, so that implied index is ambiguous. It is recommended that
  you declare the index parameter, I, explicitly, which will avoid this ambiguity.
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  you declare the index parameter, «I», explicitly, which will avoid this ambiguity.
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= Cause =
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== Cause ==
  
 
You are calling a function that expects two arrays that have a common index. You have called the function by passing two arrays with more than one index in common. If the arrays being passed have more than one index in common you need to specify the common index you want the function to operate over.
 
You are calling a function that expects two arrays that have a common index. You have called the function by passing two arrays with more than one index in common. If the arrays being passed have more than one index in common you need to specify the common index you want the function to operate over.
  
= Remedies =
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== Remedies ==
  
 
Specify the common index of the passed arrays that you want the function to operate over.
 
Specify the common index of the passed arrays that you want the function to operate over.
  
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==See Also==
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* [[Function calls and parameters]]
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* [[Interpolation functions]]
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* [[Arrays and Indexes]]
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* [[StepInterp]]

Latest revision as of 19:36, 4 April 2016


Error message examples

 When the fourth parameter, «I», to Function StepInterp is not specified, the array parameters
 to StepInterp must have exactly one index in common. However, in this call, there is more than
 one index shared by the array parameters, so that implied index is ambiguous. It is recommended that
 you declare the index parameter, «I», explicitly, which will avoid this ambiguity.

Cause

You are calling a function that expects two arrays that have a common index. You have called the function by passing two arrays with more than one index in common. If the arrays being passed have more than one index in common you need to specify the common index you want the function to operate over.

Remedies

Specify the common index of the passed arrays that you want the function to operate over.

See Also

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