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Re: Re: Asking questions

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  • Subject: [mg58286] Re: [mg58274] Re: Asking questions
  • From: Bob Hanlon <hanlonr at>
  • Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2005 01:33:48 -0400 (EDT)
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Looking up 

     error messages

in the master index:

Extract from 2.9.21 Messages:

"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. "

Bob Hanlon

> From: "Mukhtar Bekkali" <mbekkali at>
To: mathgroup at
> Date: 2005/06/25 Sat AM 01:56:35 EDT
> Subject: [mg58286] [mg58274] Re: Asking questions
> I had the same problem as you and I think I solved it.  When you use
> Table it waits until kernel evaluates the whole loop. When you use
> While it does not.
> My follow up question though is that Mathematica gives me convergence
> error messages and suppresses messages after they show 3 times.  I do
> not want Mathematica do that since I would like to know for each of
> steps whether my solution is valid or not (actually, this is the reason
> why I switched from Table to While because Table piles up all error
> messages together)

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