Runtime error at 51 153

runtime error at 51 153

Each error code corresponds to an exception class. See "Runtime and Development Exceptions" for more information. Error code: 51 Error code: 153. You can try looking for a bug around the call side. Often it happens there is a buffer overflow or heap corruption somewhere before that, and. Hi, Mostly, this kinds of error can be caused by two factors: 1. Runtime components of Visual C++ Libraries are missing. runtime error at 51 153

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While i run CO88,i found following error:

Runtime Errors RAISE_EXCEPTION

Date and Time 26.05.2009 11:16:42

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Exception condition "AUFNR_NOT_FOUND" raised.

What happened?

The current ABAP/4 program encountered an unexpected

situation.

Error analysis

A Runtime error at 51 153 statement in the program "SAPLCOSE" raised the exception

condition "AUFNR_NOT_FOUND".

Since the exception was not intercepted by a superior program

in the hierarchy, processing android setimageuri outofmemoryerror terminated.

Short description of exception condition:

Order not in buffered AFPO table

For detailed documentation of the exception condition, use

Transaction SE37 (Function Library). You can take the called

function module from the display error cannot start driver - error 1275 active calls.

Trigger Location of Runtime Error

Program SAPLCOSE

Include LCOSEU03

Row 44

Module type (FUNCTION)

Module Name CO_AFPO_BWTAR_GET

Source Code Extract

Line SourceCde

14 *" VALUE(LEAD_AUFNR_HAS_COPRODUCTS_EXP)

15 *" LIKE DATATYPE-CHAR0001

16 *" VALUE(SRULE_GENERATE_EXP) LIKE DATATYPE-CHAR0001

17 *" EXCEPTIONS

18 *" AUFNR_NOT_FOUND

19 *"----


20

21 FIELD-SYMBOLS:

22 <LD_AFPO> LIKE AFPO.

23

24 DATA:

25 LD_TABIX LIKE SY-TABIX,

26 LD_AUFK LIKE AUFK,

27 LD_AFKO LIKE AFKO,

28 LD_AFPO LIKE AFPO.

29

30 * Runtime error at 51 153 no order position, assume 1st position

31 IF POSNR_IMP IS INITIAL.

32 POSNR_IMP = CON_POSNR_0001.

33 ENDIF.

34

35 CALL FUNCTION 'K_AFPO_READ'

36 EXPORTING

37 I_AUFNR = AUFNR_IMP

38 I_POSNR = POSNR_IMP

39 IMPORTING

40 E_AFPO = LD_AFPO

41 EXCEPTIONS

42 NOT_FOUND = 1.

43 IF NOT SY-SUBRC IS INITIAL.

>> RAISE AUFNR_NOT_FOUND.

45 ENDIF.

46

47 * Collective orders only exist for order type 10 and 40

48 IF LD_AFPO-DAUTY = '10' "PP-FA

49 OR LD_AFPO-DAUTY = '40'. "PP-PI

50 CALL FUNCTION 'K_AFKO_READ'

51 EXPORTING

52 I_AUFNR = AUFNR_IMP

53 IMPORTING

dxdds.msi dll error E_AFKO = LD_AFKO

55 EXCEPTIONS

56 NOT_FOUND = 1.

57 Notify error syntax error SY-SUBRC <> 0.

58 CLEAR LD_AFKO.

59 ENDIF.

60 ENDIF.

61

62 IF LD_AFPO-RTP03 = 'X' AND LD_AFPO-KZBWS = 'M'.

63 SRULE_GENERATE_EXP = 'X'.

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Source file src/runtime/error.go

1   2   3   4   5  package runtime 6   7  import "internal/bytealg" 8   9   10  type Error interface { 11   error 12   13   14   15   16   17   RuntimeError() 18  } 19   20   21  type TypeAssertionError struct { 22   _interface *_type 23   concrete *_type 24   asserted *_type 25   missingMethod string 26  } 27   joomla error 404 28  func (*TypeAssertionError) RuntimeError() {} 29   30  func (e *TypeAssertionError) Error() string { 31   inter := "interface" 32   if e._interface php-fusion internal server error nil { 33   inter = e._interface.string() 34   } 35   as := e.asserted.string() skyrim application error 5 0000065434 36   if e.concrete == nil { 37   return "interface conversion: " + inter + " is nil, not " + as 38   } 39   cs := e.concrete.string() 40   if e.missingMethod == "" { 41   msg := "interface conversion: " + inter + " is " + cs + ", not " + as 42   if cs == as { 43   44   if e.concrete.pkgpath() != e.asserted.pkgpath() { 45   msg += " (types from different packages)" 46   } else { 47   msg += " (types from different scopes)" 48   } 49   } 50   return msg 51   } 52   return "interface conversion: " + cs + " is not " + as + 53   ": missing method " + e.missingMethod 54  } 55   56   57   58   59   60   61  func itoa(buf []byte, val uint64) []byte { 62   i := len(buf) - 1 63   for val >= 10 { 64   buf[i] = byte(val%10 + '0') 65   i-- 66   val /= 10 67   } 68   buf[i] = byte(val + '0') 69   return buf[i:] 70  } 71   72   73  type errorString string 74   75  func (e errorString) RuntimeError() {} 76   77  func (e errorString) Error() string { 78   return "runtime error: " + string(e) 79  } 80   81  type errorAddressString struct { 82   msg string 83   addr uintptr 84  } 85   86  func (e errorAddressString) RuntimeError() {} 87   88  func (e errorAddressString) Error() string { 89   return "runtime error: " + e.msg 90  } 91   92   93   94   95   96   97  func (e errorAddressString) Addr() uintptr { 98   return e.addr 99  } 100   101   102   103   104  type plainError string 105   106  func (e plainError) RuntimeError() {} 107   108  func (e plainError) Error() string { 109   return string(e) 110  } 111   112   113  type boundsError struct { 114   x int64 115   y int 116   117   118   119   120   signed bool 121   code boundsErrorCode 122  } 123   124  type boundsErrorCode uint8 125   126  const ( 127   boundsIndex boundsErrorCode = iota 128   129   boundsSliceAlen 130   boundsSliceAcap 131   boundsSliceB 132   133   boundsSlice3Alen 134   boundsSlice3Acap 135   boundsSlice3B 136   boundsSlice3C 137   138   boundsConvert 139   140  ) 141   142   143   144   145  var boundsErrorFmts heroes 3 tcp ip error [.]string{ 146   boundsIndex: "index out of range [%x] with length %y", 147   boundsSliceAlen: "slice bounds out of range [:%x] with length %y", 148   boundsSliceAcap: "slice bounds out of range [:%x] with capacity %y", 149   boundsSliceB: "slice bounds out of range [%x:%y]", runtime error at 51 153, 150   boundsSlice3Alen: "slice bounds out of range [::%x] with length %y", 151   boundsSlice3Acap: "slice bounds out of range [::%x] with capacity %y", 152   boundsSlice3B: runtime error at 51 153 "slice bounds out of range [:%x:%y]", hasp dumping error 153   boundsSlice3C: runtime error visual c+ + corel draw "slice bounds out of range [%x:%y:]", 154   boundsConvert: "cannot convert slice with length %y to pointer to array with length %x", 155  } 156   157   158  var boundsNegErrorFmts = [.]string{ 159   boundsIndex: "index out of range [%x]", 160   boundsSliceAlen: "slice bounds out of range [:%x]", 161   boundsSliceAcap: "slice bounds out of range error-repair professional 3.7.5, 162   boundsSliceB: "slice bounds out of range [%x:]", runtime error at 51 153, 163   boundsSlice3Alen: "slice bounds out of range [::%x]", 164   boundsSlice3Acap: "slice bounds out of range [::%x]", 165   boundsSlice3B: "slice bounds out of range [:%x:]", 166   boundsSlice3C: "slice bounds out of range [%x::]", 167  } 168   169  func (e boundsError) RuntimeError() {} runtime error at 51 153 170   171  func appendIntStr(b []byte, v int64, signed bool) []byte { 172   if signed && v < 0 { 173   b = append(b, '-') 174   v = -v 175   } 176   var buf [20]byte 177   b = append(b, itoa(buf[:], uint64(v)).) 178   return b 179  } 180   181  func (e boundsError) Error() string { 182   fmt := boundsErrorFmts[e.code] 183   if e.signed && e.x < 0 { runtime error at 51 153 184   fmt = boundsNegErrorFmts[e.code] 185   } 186   187   188   b := make([]byte, 0, 100) 189   b = append(b, "runtime error: ".) 190   for i := 0; i < len(fmt); i++ { 191   c := fmt[i] 192   if c != '%' { 193   b = append(b, c) 194   continue 195   } 196   i++ 500 internet server error fmt[i] { 198   case 'x': 199   b = appendIntStr(b, e.x, e.signed) 200   case 'y': 201   b = appendIntStr(b, int64(e.y), true) 202   } 203   } 204   return string(b) 205  } 206   207  type stringer interface { 208   String() string 209  } 210   211   212   213   214  func printany(i any) { 215   switch v := i.(type) { 216   case nil: 217   print("nil") 218   case bool: 219   print(v) 220   case int: 221   print(v) 222   case int8: 223   print(v) 224   case int16: 225   print(v) 226   case int32: 227   print(v) 228   case int64: 229   print(v) 230   case uint: 231   print(v) 232   case uint8: 233   print(v) 234   case uint16: 235   print(v) 236   case uint32: 237   print(v) 238   case uint64: error based sql injection tutorial 239   print(v) 240   case uintptr: 241   print(v) 242   case float32: 243   print(v) 244   case float64: 245   print(v) 246   case complex64: 247   print(v) 248   case complex128: 249   print(v) 250   case string: 251   print(v) 252   default: 253   printanycustomtype(i) 254   } 255  } 256   257  func printanycustomtype(i any) { 258   eface := efaceOf(&i) 259   typestring := eface._type.string() 260   261   switch eface._type.kind { 262   case kindString: 263   print(typestring, runtime error at 51 153, `("`, *(*string)(eface.data), `")`) 264   case kindBool: 265   print(typestring, "(", *(*bool)(eface.data), ")") 266   case kindInt: 267   print(typestring, "(", *(*int)(eface.data), runtime error at 51 153, ")") 268   case kindInt8: 269   print(typestring, "(", *(*int8)(eface.data), ")") 270   case kindInt16: 271   print(typestring, "(", *(*int16)(eface.data), ")") 272   case kindInt32: 273   print(typestring, "(", *(*int32)(eface.data), ")") 274   case kindInt64: 275   print(typestring, "(", *(*int64)(eface.data), ")") 276   case kindUint: 277   print(typestring, "(", *(*uint)(eface.data), ")") 278   case kindUint8: 279   print(typestring, "(", *(*uint8)(eface.data), ")") runtime error at 51 153 280   case kindUint16: 281   print(typestring, runtime error at 51 153, "(", *(*uint16)(eface.data), ")") 282   case kindUint32: 283   print(typestring, "(", *(*uint32)(eface.data), ")") runtime error at 51 153 284   case kindUint64: 285   print(typestring, "(", *(*uint64)(eface.data), runtime error at 51 153, ")") 286   case kindUintptr: 287   print(typestring, "(", *(*uintptr)(eface.data), ")") 288   case kindFloat32: 289   print(typestring, "(", *(*float32)(eface.data), ")") 290   case kindFloat64: 291   print(typestring, "(", *(*float64)(eface.data), ")") 292   case kindComplex64: 293   print(typestring, *(*complex64)(eface.data)) 294   case kindComplex128: 295   print(typestring, *(*complex128)(eface.data)) 296   default: 297   print("(", runtime error at 51 153, typestring, ") ", eface.data) 298   } 299  } color-hue error .asp id 300   301   302   303   runtime error at 51 153 304   305  func panicwrap() { 306   pc := getcallerpc() 307   name := funcname(findfunc(pc)) 308   309   310   311   i := bytealg.IndexByteString(name, '(') 312   if i < 0 { 313   throw("panicwrap: no ( in " + name) 314   } 315   pkg := name[:i-1] 316   if i+2 >= len(name)

Run-Time Error Messages

Number Severity Level, Number, and Message Text; Condition Symbol and Explanation None 1

The Intel Fortran message catalog file was not found on this system. This error has no condition symbol.

None 1

The Intel Fortran message catalog file was not found on this system, runtime error at 51 153. This error has no condition symbol.

None 1

The Intel Fortran message catalog file was not found. This error has no condition symbol.

None 1

The Intel Fortran message catalog file could not be opened because of insufficient virtual memory. To overcome this problem, increase the per-process data limit by using the (C shell) or (Bourne* and Korn and bash  shells) commands before running the program again.

For more information, see error 41. This error has no condition symbol.

1 1

FOR$IOS_NOTFORSPE. An error in the user program or in the RTL was not a Intel Fortran-specific error and was not reportable through any other Intel Fortran run-time messages. If you call ERRSNS, an error of this kind returns a value of 1 (for more information on the ERRSNS subroutine, see the Intel Fortran Language Reference Manual).

8

FOR$IOS_BUG_CHECK. Internal error. Please check that the program is correct. Recompile if an error existed in the program. If this error persists, submit a problem report.

9

FOR$IOS_PERACCFIL. Check the mode (protection) of the specified file. Make sure the correct file was being accessed. Change the protection, specified file, or process used before rerunning program.

10

FOR$IOS_CAOVEEXI. Specified file xxx already exists when OPEN statement specified STATUS= NEW (create new file) using I/O unit x. Make sure correct file name, directory path, unit, and so forth were specified in the source program. Decide whether to:

  • Rename or remove the existing file before rerunning the program.
  • Modify the source file to specify different file specification, I/O unit, or OPEN statement STATUS.
11

FOR$IOS_UNINOTCON. The specified unit was not open at the time of the attempted I/O operation. Check if correct unit number was specified. If appropriate, use an OPEN statement to explicitly open the file (connect the file to the unit number).

17

FOR$IOS_SYNERRNAM. The syntax of input to a namelist-directed READ statement was incorrect.

18

FOR$IOS_TOOMANVAL. An attempt was made to assign too many values to a variable during a namelist READ statement.

19

FOR$IOS_INVREFVAR. One of the following conditions occurred:

  • The variable was not a member of the namelist group.
  • An attempt was made to subscript a scalar variable.
  • A subscript of the array variable was out-of-bounds.
  • An array variable was specified with too many or too few subscripts for the variable.
  • An attempt was made to specify a substring of a noncharacter variable or array name.
  • A substring specifier of the character variable was out-of-bounds.
  • A subscript or substring specifier of the variable was not an integer constant.
  • An attempt was made to pixma mp140 error 5 a substring by runtime error at 51 153 an unsubscripted array variable.
20

FOR$IOS_REWERR, runtime error at 51 153. One of the following conditions occurred:

  • The file was not a sequential file.
  • The file was not opened for sequential or append access.
  • The Intel Fortran RTL I/O system detected an error condition during execution of a REWIND statement.
21

FOR$IOS_DUPFILSPE. Multiple attempts were made to specify file attributes without an intervening close operation. A DEFINE FILE statement was followed by another DEFINE FILE statement or an OPEN statement

22

FOR$IOS_INPRECTOO. A record was read that exceeded the explicit or default record length specified when the file was opened. To read the file, use an OPEN statement with a RECL= value (record length) of the appropriate size.

23

FOR$IOS_BACERR. The Intel Fortran RTL I/O system detected an error condition during execution of a BACKSPACE statement.

24 1

FOR$IOS_ENDDURREA. One of the following conditions occurred:

  • A Intel Fortran RTL I/O system end-of-file condition was encountered during execution of a READ statement that did not contain an END, ERR, or IOSTAT specification.
  • An end-of-file record written by error in procedure viewpacket ENDFILE statement was encountered during execution of a READ statement that did not contain an END, ERR, or IOSTAT specification.
  • An attempt was made to read past the end of an internal file character string or array during execution of a READ statement that did not contain an END, ERR, or IOSTAT specification.

This error is returned by END and ERRSNS.

25

FOR$IOS_RECNUMOUT, runtime error at 51 153. A direct access READ, WRITE, or FIND statement specified a record number outside the range specified when the file was opened.

26

FOR$IOS_OPEDEFREQ. A direct access READ, WRITE, or FIND statement was attempted for a file when no prior DEFINE FILE or OPEN statement with ACCESS= DIRECT was performed for that file.

27

FOR$IOS_TOOMANREC. An attempt was made to do one of the following:

  • Read or write more than one record with an ENCODE or DECODE statement.
  • Write more records than existed.
28

FOR$IOS_CLOERR. An error condition was detected by the Intel Fortran RTL I/O system during execution of a CLOSE statement.

29

FOR$IOS_FILNOTFOU. A file with the specified name could not be found during an open operation.

30

FOR$IOS_OPEFAI. An error was detected by the Intel Fortran RTL I/O system while attempting to open a file in an OPEN, INQUIRE, runtime error at 51 153, or other I/O statement. This message is issued when the error condition is not one of the more common conditions for which specific error messages are provided. It can occur when an OPEN operation was attempted for one of the following:

  • Segmented file that was not on a disk or a raw magnetic tape
  • Standard I/O file that had been closed
31

FOR$IOS_MIXFILACC. An attempt was made to use any of the following combinations:

  • Formatted and unformatted operations on c# editor error same unit
  • An invalid combination of access modes on a unit, such as direct and sequential
  • A Intel Fortran RTL I/O statement on a logical unit that was opened by a program coded in another language
32

FOR$IOS_INVLOGUNI. A logical unit number runtime error at 51 153 than 2,147,483,647 or less than zero was used in an I/O statement.

33

FOR$IOS_ENDFILERR. One of the following conditions occurred:

  • The file was not a sequential organization file with variable-length records.
  • The file was not opened for sequential or append access.
  • An unformatted file did not contain segmented records.
  • The Intel Fortran RTL I/O system detected an error during execution of an ENDFILE statement.
34

FOR$IOS_UNIALROPE. A DEFINE FILE statement specified a logical unit that was already opened.

35

FOR$IOS_SEGRECFOR. An invalid segmented record control data word was detected in an unformatted sequential file. The file was probably either created with RECORDTYPE= FIXED or VARIABLE in effect, or was created by a program written in a language other than Fortran.

36

FOR$IOS_ATTACCNON. A direct-access READ or FIND statement attempted to access beyond the end of runtime error at 51 153 relative file (or a sequential file on disk with fixed-length records) or access a record that was previously deleted in a relative file.

37

FOR$IOS_INCRECLEN. An attempt was made to open a direct access file without specifying a record length.

38

FOR$IOS_ERRDURWRI. The Intel Fortran RTL I/O system detected an error condition during execution of a WRITE statement.

39

FOR$IOS_ERRDURREA. The Intel Fortran RTL I/O system detected an error condition during execution of a READ statement.

40

FOR$IOS_RECIO_OPE. While processing an I/O statement for a logical unit, another I/O operation on the same logical unit was attempted, such as a function subprogram that performs I/O to the same logical unit that was referenced in runtime error at 51 153 expression in an I/O list or variable format expression.

41

FOR$IOS_INSVIRMEM. The Intel Fortran RTL attempted to exceed its available virtual memory while dynamically allocating space. To overcome this problem, increase the per-process data limit by using the (C shell) or (Bourne* and Korn and bash shell) commands before you run this program again.

To determine whether the maximum per-process data size is already allocated, check the value of the maxdsiz parameter in the sysconfigtab or system configuration file. If necessary, increase its value. Changes to do not take effect until the system has been rebooted (you do not need to rebuild the kernel if you modify sysconfigtab).

Before you try to run this program again, wait until the new system resources take effect.

42

FOR$IOS_NO_SUCDEV. A pathname included an invalid or unknown device name when an OPEN operation was attempted.

43

FOR$IOS_FILNAMSPE. A pathname or file name given to an OPEN or INQUIRE statement was not acceptable to the Intel Fortran RTL I/O system.

44

FOR$IOS_INCRECTYP. The RECORDTYPE value in an OPEN statement did not match the record type attribute of the existing file that was opened.

45

FOR$IOS_KEYVALERR. An improper value was specified for an OPEN or CLOSE statement specifier requiring a value.

46

FOR$IOS_INCOPECLO. Specifications in an OPEN or CLOSE statement were inconsistent. Some invalid combinations follow:

  • READONLY or ACTION= READ with STATUS= NEW or STATUS= SCRATCH
  • READONLY with STATUS= REPLACE ACTION= WRITE
    or ACTION= READWRITE
  • ACCESS= APPEND with READONLY, ACTION= READ STATUS= NEW or STATUS= SCRATCH
  • DISPOSE= SAVE PRINT or SUBMIT with STATUS= SCRATCH
  • DISPOSE= DELETE with READONLY
  • CLOSE statement STATUS= DELETE with OPEN statement READONLY
  • ACCESS= APPEND with STATUS= REPLACE
  • ACCESS= DIRECT or KEYED with POSITION= APPEND ASIS or Runtime error at 51 153
47

FOR$IOS_WRIREAFIL. A write operation was attempted to a file that was declared ACTION= READ or READONLY in the OPEN statement that is currently in effect.

48

FOR$IOS_INVARGFOR. The compiler passed an invalid or improperly coded argument to the Intel Fortran RTL. This can occur if the compiler is newer than the RTL in use.

51

FOR$IOS_INCFILORG. The file organization specified in an OPEN statement did not match the organization of the existing file.

53

FOR$IOS_NO_CURREC. Attempted to execute a REWRITE statement to rewrite a record when the current record was undefined. To define the current record, execute a successful READ statement. You can optionally perform an INQUIRE statement on the logical unit after the READ statement and before the REWRITE statement. No other operations on the logical unit may be performed between the READ and REWRITE statements.

55

FOR$IOS_DELERR. An error condition was detected by the Intel Fortran RTL I/O system during execution of a DELETE statement.

57

FOR$IOS_FINERR. The Intel Fortran RTL I/O system detected an error condition during execution of a FIND statement.

58 1

FOR$IOS_FMTSYN, runtime error at 51 153. Check the bios beep error containing xx, a character substring from the format string, for a format syntax error. For information about FORMAT statements, see the Intel Fortran Language Reference Manual.

59

FOR$IOS_LISIO_SYN 2. The data in a list-directed input record had an invalid format, or the type of the constant was incompatible with the corresponding variable. The value of the variable was unchanged.

60

FOR$IOS_INFFORLOO. The format associated with an I/O statement that included an I/O list had no field descriptors to use in transferring those values.

61

FOR$IOS_FORVARMIS 2. An attempt was made either to read or write a real variable with an runtime error at 51 153 field descriptor (I, L, O, Z, B), or to read or write an integer or logical variable with a real field descriptor (D, E, or F).

62

FOR$IOS_SYNERRFOR. A syntax error was encountered while the RTL was processing a format stored in an array or character variable.

63

FOR$IOS_OUTCONERR 2. During a formatted output operation, the value of a particular number could not be output in the specified field length without loss of significant digits. When this situation is encountered, the epson e3 error field is filled with asterisks to indicate the error in the output record. If no ERR address has been defined for this error, the program continues after the error message is displayed.

64

FOR$IOS_INPCONERR 2. During a formatted input operation, an invalid character was detected in an input field, or the input value overflowed the range representable in the input variable. The value of the variable was set to zero.

65

FOR$IOS_FLTINV. During an arithmetic operation, the floating-point values used in a calculation were invalid for the type of operation requested or invalid exceptional values. For example, when requesting a log of the floating-point values 0.0 or a negative number. For certain arithmetic expressions, specifying the option can suppress oki 231 error 03 message.

66

FOR$IOS_OUTSTAOVE. An output statement attempted to transfer more data than would fit in the maximum record size.

67

FOR$IOS_INPSTAREQ. Attempted to read more data than exists in a record with an unformatted READ statement or with a formatted sequential READ statement from a file opened with a PAD specifier value of NO .

68

FOR$IOS_VFEVALERR 2. The value of a variable format expression was not within the range acceptable for its intended use; for example, a field width was less than or equal to zero. A value of 1 was assumed, except for a P edit descriptor, for which a value of zero was assumed.

69 1

FOR$IOS_SIGINT. The process received the signal SIGINT. Determine source of this interrupt signal (described in signal(3)).

70 1

FOR$IOS_INTOVF. During an arithmetic operation, an integer value exceeded byte, word, or longword range. The result of the operation was the correct low-order part, runtime error at 51 153. Consider specifying a larger integer data size (modify source program or, for an INTEGER declaration, possibly use the option ).

71 1

FOR$IOS_INTDIV. During an integer arithmetic operation, an attempt was made to divide by zero. The result of the operation was set to the dividend, which is equivalent to division by 1.

72 1

FOR$IOS_FLTOVF. During an arithmetic operation, a floating-point value exceeded the largest representable value for that data type.

73 1

FOR$IOS_FLTDIV. During a floating-point arithmetic operation, an attempt was made to divide by zero.

74 1

FOR$IOS_FLTUND. During an arithmetic operation, a floating-point value became less than the smallest finite value for that data type. Depending on the values of the n option, the underflowed result was either set to zero or allowed to gradually underflow.

75 1

FOR$IOS_SIGFPE. A floating-point exception occurred. Core dump file created. Possible causes include:

  • Division by zero
  • Overflow
  • Invalid operation, such as subtraction of infinite values, multiplication of zero by infinity (without signs), division of zero by zero or infinity by infinity
  • Conversion of floating-point to fixed-point format when an overflow prevents conversion
76 1

FOR$IOS_SIGIOT. Core dump file created. Examine core dump for possible cause of this IOT signal.

77 1

FOR$IOS_SUBRNG. An runtime error at 51 153 reference was detected outside the declared array bounds, runtime error at 51 153.

78 1

FOR$IOS_SIGTERM. The process received the signal SIGTERM. Determine source of this software termination signal (described in ).

79 1

FOR$IOS_SIGQUIT. The process received the signal SIGQUIT. Core dump file created. Determine source of this quit signal (described in ).

95 1

FOR$IOS_FLOCONFAI. The attempted unformatted read or write of nonnative floating-point data failed because the floating-point value:

  • Exceeded the allowable maximum value for the equivalent native format and was set equal to infinity (plus or minus)
  • Was infinity (plus or minus) and was set to infinity (plus or minus)
  • Was invalid and was set to not a number (NaN)

Very small numbers are set to zero (0). This error could be caused by the specified nonnative floating-point format not matching the floating-point format found in the specified file.

Check the following:

  • Whether the correct file was specified.
  • Whether the record layout matches the format Intel Run time error 217 is expecting.
  • The ranges for the data being used.
  • Whether the correct nonnative floating-point data format was specified.

96

F_UFMTENDIAN environment variable was ignored:erroneous syntax

FOR$IOS_UFMTENDIAN. Syntax for specifying whether little endian or big endian conversion is performed for a given Fortran unit was incorrect. Even though the program will run, the results might not be correct if you do not change the value of F_UFMTENDIAN. For correct syntax, see Environment Variable F_UFMTENDIAN Method.

108

FOR$IOS_CANSTAFIL. Attempted stat operation on the indicated file failed. Make sure correct file and unit were specified.

120

FOR$IOS_OPEREQSEE. Attempted an operation on a file that requires the ability to perform seek operations on that file. Make sure the correct unit, directory path, and file were specified.

138 1

FOR$IOS_BRK_RANGE. Break exception generated a SIGTRAP signal (described runtime error at 51 153 in ). Core dump file created.

The cause is an array subscript that is outside the dimensioned boundaries of that array.

Either recompile with the option (perhaps with the environment variable set) or examine the core dump file to determine the source code in error.

139 1

FOR$IOS_BRK_RANGE2. Break exception generated a SIGTRAP signal (described in ). Core dump file created, runtime error at 51 153.

The cause is an array subscript that is outside the dimensioned boundaries of the array index n.

Either recompile with the option (perhaps with the environment variable set) or examine the core dump file to determine the source code in error.

140 1

FOR$IOS_FLTINE. A floating-point arithmetic or conversion operation gave a result that differs from the mathematically exact result. This trap is reported if the rounded result of an IEEE operation is not exact.

144 1

FOR$IOS_ROPRAND. The Intel Fortran RTL encountered a reserved operand. Please report the problem to Intel. runtime error at 51 153 1

FOR$IOS_ASSERTERR. The Intel Fortran RTL encountered an assertion error. Please report the problem to Intel.

146 1

FOR$IOS_NULPTRERR. Attempted to use a pointer that does not contain an address. Modify the source program, recompile, and relink.

147 1

FOR$IOS_STKOVF. The Intel Fortran RTL encountered a stack overflow while executing your program.

148 1

FOR$IOS_STRLENERR. During a string operation, an integer value appears in a context where the value of the integer is outside the permissible string length range.

Either recompile with the option (perhaps with the environment variable set) or examine the file to determine the source code causing the error.

149 1

FOR$IOS_SUBSTRERR. An array subscript is outside the dimensioned boundaries of an array.

Either recompile with the option (perhaps with the environment variable set) or examine the file to determine the source code causing the error.

150 1

FOR$IOS_RANGEERR. An integer value appears in a context where the value of the integer is outside the permissible range.

151 1

FOR$IOS_INVREALLOC. An allocatable array must not already be allocated when you attempt to allocate it. You must deallocate the array before it can again be allocated.

152 1

FOR$IOS_RESACQFAI. Failed to acquire a Intel Fortran RTL global resource for a reentrant routine.

For a multithreaded program, the requested global resource is held by a different thread in your program.

For a program using asynchronous handlers, the requested global resource is held by the calling part of the program (such as main program) and your asynchronous handler attempted to acquire the same global resource.

153 1

FOR$IOS_INVDEALLOC. A Fortran-90 allocatable array or pointer must already be allocated when you attempt to deallocate it. You must allocate the array or pointer before it can again be deallocated.

173 1

FOR$IOS_INVDEALLOC2. A pointer that was passed to DEALLOCATE pointed to an explicit array, an array slice, or some other type of memory that could not be deallocated in a DEALLOCATE statement. Only whole arrays previous allocated with an ALLOCATE statement can be validly passed to DEALLOCATE.

174 1

FOR$IOS_SIGSEGV. One of two possible messages occurs for this error number:

  • This message indicates that the program attempted an invalid memory reference. Check the program for possible errors.

  • The following explanatory text also appears:
    Program requirements exceed current stacksize resource limit.

175 1

FOR$IOS_SHORTDATEARG. The number of characters associated with the DATE runtime error at 51 153 argument to the DATE_AND_TIME intrinsic was shorter than the required length. You must increase the number of characters passed in for this argument to be at least 8 characters in length. Verify that the TIME and ZONE arguments also meet their minimum lengths.

176 1

FOR$IOS_SHORTTIMEARG. The number of characters associated with the TIME argument to the DATE_AND_TIME intrinsic was shorter than the required length. You must increase the number of characters passed in for this argument to be at least 10 characters in length. Verify that the DATE and ZONE arguments also meet their minimum lengths.

177 1

FOR$IOS_SHORTZONEARG. The number of characters associated with the ZONE argument to the DATE_AND_TIME intrinsic was shorter than the required length. You must increase the number of characters passed in for this argument to be at least 5 characters in length. Verify that the DATE and TIME runtime error at 51 153 also meet their minimum lengths.

178 1

FOR$IOS_DIV. A floating-point or integer divide-by-zero exception occurred.

179 1,4

FOR$IOS_ARRSIZEOVF. An attempt to dynamically allocate storage for an array failed because the required storage size exceeds addressable memory.

256

FOR$IOS_UNFIO_FMT. Attempted unformatted I/O to a unit where the OPEN statement (FORM specifier) indicated the file was formatted. Check that the correct unit (file) was specified, runtime error at 51 153.

If the FORM specifier was not present in the OPEN statement and the file contains unformatted data, specify FORM= UNFORMATTED in the OPEN statement. Otherwise, if appropriate, use formatted I/O (such as list-directed or namelist I/O).

257

FOR$IOS_FMTIO_UNF. Attempted formatted I/O (such as list-directed or namelist I/O) to a unit where the OPEN statement indicated the file was unformatted (FORM specifier). Check that the correct unit (file) was specified.

If the FORM specifier was not present in the OPEN statement and the file contains formatted data, specify FORM= Runtime error at 51 153 in runtime error at 51 153 OPEN statement. Otherwise, if appropriate, use unformatted I/O.

264

FOR$IOS_OPERREQDIS. Attempted to ti remote error sendto a BACKSPACE statement on such devices as a terminal or pipe.

265

FOR$IOS_OPEREQSEQ. Attempted to use a BACKSPACE statement on a file whose organization was not sequential or whose access was not sequential. A BACKSPACE statement can only be used for sequential files opened for sequential access.

266 1

FOR$IOS_PROABOUSE. The program called to terminate the program.

268 1

FOR$IOS_ENDRECDUR, runtime error at 51 153. An end-of-record condition was encountered during execution of a nonadvancing I/O READ statement that did not specify the EOR branch specifier.

297 1

FOR$IOS_FLOINVEXC. The total number of floating-point invalid data traps encountered during program execution was nn, runtime error at 51 153. This message appears at program completion.

298 1

FOR$IOS_FLOOVFEXC. The total number of floating-point overflow traps encountered during program execution was nn. This message appears at program completion.

299 runtime error at 51 153. The total number of floating-point divide-by-zero traps encountered during program execution was nn. This message appears at program completion.

300 1

FOR$IOS_FLOUNDEXC. The total number of floating-point underflow traps encountered during program execution was nn. This message appears at program completion.

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