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Hashtable

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.ncsa.uiuc.edu
  • Subject: Hashtable
  • From: cnh5730 at maraba.tamu.edu (Charles N. Herrick)
  • Date: Sat, 9 Mar 91 11:06:48 CST

I was informed that the `hash table' error reported to the  
console occurs as a result of a not-too-kosher  
implementation of the `text object' (I am quoting from  
memory here, and please forgive if my static RAM cache has  
gone bad). 


I was also informed that the error is benign, that it will  
eventually be dealt with, and that it may safely be  
ignored.

	Be well,
	Chuck Herrick
	campus consultant for
	NeXT Computer, Inc at
	Texas A&M University

Begin forwarded message:

Date: Thu, 7 Mar 91 22:19:28 EST
From: "Charles W. Fletcher" <cwf at lakisis.umd.edu>
To: mathgroup at yoda.ncsa.uiuc.edu
Subject: Hashtable

I am running Mma on a NeXT 040 cube  and the following  
error appears on the
console several time during the session. Can anyone tell me  
what's going on?

The error message:


*** hashtable: count differs after rehashing; probably  
indicates a broken invariant: there are x and y such as  
isEqual(x, y) is TRUE but hash(x) != hash (y)

Thanks for the help,
Charlie
cwf at math.umd.edu




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