Re: Solve::luc error, what is it?
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- Subject: [mg4369] Re: Solve::luc error, what is it?
- From: withoff (David Withoff)
- Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 06:21:05 -0400
- Organization: Wolfram Research, Inc.
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In article <4qqnqd$49m at dragonfly.wolfram.com>
farmer at shire.math.columbia.edu (David Farmer) writes:
> While using Solve to solve a 4x4 system of linear equations,
> I got this message:
> Solve::luc: -- Message text not found -- (Solve) (
> 519643297844782413120 627036176118798613440
> --------------------- == ------------------------ + <<4>> && <<3>>)
> 55867983514256281 560940336899<<10>>127547
> I gather that whatever the error/warning Solve::luc is, MMa
> can't find the text describing the problem. I also couldn't
> find it in the Mathematica Book.
> So, what is it trying to tell me?
Here is the missing message.
Solve::luc = "Warning: Result for `1` of badly conditioned matrix `2`
may contain significant numerical errors."
It is the same as the LUDecomposition::luc, Inverse::luc,
and LinearSolve::luc messages. We just forgot that it needed
to be attached to Solve as well.
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