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Old   October 28, 2016, 17:05
Default UDF syntax error problem which does not make sense to me! PLZ help
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Hi folks,

I receive a syntax error for the following line which does not make sense to me at all. I do not know what is wrong here. I have written UDFs many times before. I am not sure whether it is the version of Fluent that is causing this error or there is something else. I have to admit that it is the first time that I am writing UDF in v16.2.
The error is apparently in the first line so I have deleted the definition between the bracket signs for simplicity

real Re_t(cell_t c, thread *t){

...}

I am desperately looking for help. If you had similar issues please reply to this thread.

Thanks,
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Old   November 1, 2016, 19:10
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Any idea people?

I am in desperate need of help.
Don't literally have any clue what might be wrong in this regard. This is by far the simplest line any one could ever write.
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