Re: Please help me! (Warnings and Messages...)

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg19478] Re: Please help me! (Warnings and Messages...)*From*: "Neal E. Tornberg" <neal.e.tornberg at boeing.com>*Date*: Sat, 28 Aug 1999 15:53:06 -0400*Organization*: Boeing*References*: <7ps4rl$jp0@smc.vnet.net>*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

from section 2.8.21 of The Mathematica Book: If something goes very wrong with a calculation you are doing, it is common to find that the same warning message is generated over and over again. This is usually more confusing than useful. As a result, Mathematica keeps track of all messages that are produced during a particular calculation, and stops printing a particular message if it comes up more than three times. Whenever this happens, Mathematica prints the message General::stop to let you know. If you really want to see all the messages that Mathematica tries to print, you can do this by switching off General::stop. Anton Tarasenko wrote: > > Please help me! > > Recently it was very easy to write packeges because since mistake > emerged in my packege, I was prompted with a blue message about the type > of this mistake. > Than, after a short period, I've noticed, that Mathematica stoped > prompting me. > And now I don't know where to search for mistake in my packeges. > > Here is an example from Mathematica book: > > In[1]:=Sqrt[4,5] > Sqrt::argx: Sqrt called with 2 arguments; 1 argument is > expected. > Out[1]:=Sqrt[4,5] > > And here is an example form my packege: > > In[1]:=Sqrt[4,5] > Out[1]:=Sqrt[4,5] > > Even the command On[Sqrt::argx] does not help me... > That looks like this: > > In[1]:=On[Sqrt::argx] > Sqrt[4,5] > Out:=Sqrt[4,5] > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------- > ------- > > Anfourtunately, I don't remember what did I do. > But I want it back. I want to be prompted by this wonderful programm. > So Please Help Me. > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------- > ------- > > Thanks anyway. Anton. > mailto: antv at mail.ru -- Neal E. Tornberg neal.e.tornberg at boeing.com Nobody here thinks I speak for Boeing. You shouldn't either.