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Err msg: imcomplete input

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  • Subject: [mg32950] Err msg: imcomplete input
  • From: Takayuki MAKINO <tmakino at spectro.ujf-grenoble.fr>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 02:07:03 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

bonjour everyone.

I am very happy if you can answer my quesition.
I hope that you could read this message although you are
very busy now. Here is code.

NormalizeFn[enr_, omt1_, omlt1_, damp1_, omt2_, omlt2_, damp2_] :=
Module[{Tmax, Tmin, TL},
TL =Table[N[reflectivityfunc[enr, omt1, omlt1, damp1, omt2, omlt2, damp2],6], {enr, 
3.36, 3.41, 0.002}];
Tmax = Max[TL];
reflectivityfunc[enr, omt1, omlt1, damp1, omt2, omlt2, damp2]*(5-Tmax)]

If I defined such kind of function abovementioned, there produces
an error message always. That is "imcomplete input. More input
parameters are needed".
If I remove the last part "*(5-Tmax)", it can work.
But, this kind of removal is not useful for my purpose (normalization)
What should I do? Is there any good way to work around?
Please advice me.




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