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Old   July 6, 2001, 23:48
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pengsh
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When I run a fc file. a error happened. ATTEMPT TO READ PAST END OF INPUT CHECK THE COMMENT INDICATORS, IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THE FINAL COMMENT IS MISSING OR THE STOP COMMAND HAS NOT BEEN SPECIFIED *** ERROR *** IN SUBROUTINE INITRD IN INPROC In fact , i have the >> stop What wrong happened?

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Old   July 8, 2001, 12:19
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Jan Rusås
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Seems like you have made some spelling errors in the command file. Import the file into the enviroment, for command file creation. Any mistakes will be removed, create your file from that point then.

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Old   July 8, 2001, 21:36
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Li Xinfeng
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I found that He has forgot to write the WALL in multi-phase fluid after I read his fc file.
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