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Old   January 3, 2007, 09:32
Default Problem with interpreted function
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michal
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Hello I want to ask for help. Problem is: Every time I want to intepret function error occur. for example:

Error: D:\praca dyplomowa\odlewanie_cisnieniowe\fluent\udfexample. c: line 1: parse error.

I was trying different functions, I was copied function from fluent udf help, always occur the same error "line 1: parse error" nevertheless I am convinced that code is valid. I am using windos Xp Fluent 6.2.16

I will aprreciate whatever help from you.

Sorry for my english
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Old   January 3, 2007, 09:46
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I found answer on this forum after I posted my notice. I didn't see it earlier.

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Old   January 10, 2007, 14:02
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Probably the problem is the name of the directory in which the .c file is, copying it in c:\ all works fine...
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