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10/11/07 10:46pm

The question is:

How do I report warnings when I use the wrong number ("less than" in my case) of arguments for a user-defined function? I'm sure there is a way to do this but I do not know what option to turn on.

Example: I have a function f[x,y] defined
but I keep entering f[x] instead.

I know that generally it is not an issue since the function remains as f[x] symbolically (when you continue to use the function in other inputs), but I'd like to make it more clear that I did something wrong.


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Function Warning Messages Kevin 10/11/07 10:46pm
Re: Function Warning Messages yehuda ben-s... 10/16/07 03:10am
Re: Function Warning Messages Peter Pein 10/16/07 3:15pm
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