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Old   August 27, 2007, 23:59
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When compiling or interpreting the UDF,it gives some unknown erros with numbers (like C2509...). There is any reference guide is available for this erros to understand clearly and quickly.

with warm regards, JSM
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Old   August 28, 2007, 10:16
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Can you provide the whole error line?

Just a hint: The file name of the UDF must be one word and must be located in the same directory of the case file.

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Old   August 28, 2007, 23:37
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Thanks for kind attention.

This is my past experience. I tried to compile the udf for condensation. It shows some errors like "Scalar_Reconstruction: argument 5 type mismatch (int instead of pointer to function returning void)" and some erros starting with numbers like C2054......

This took lot of time and painful work. Coming to my doubt, there is any reference guide to understand correctly and fix these udf errors .

with warm regards, JSM

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