October 1, 1979 PROBLEMS AND MESSAGES
MESSAGES
PRINTER TROUBLE
(OT) There is some difficulty in communication with the
Offline Printer. Contact a FRESS staff member.
PROCEED
This is the response to a number of FRESS commands and
indicates that the command was completed successfully.
PROCESSING NEEDED TOO MUCH SPACE
The user stacked too many commands on a single line or had too
many pending (deferred) functions. If the former case is
true, stack fewer commands. In the latter case, complete the
deferred <lp> or <scope> to allow the pending functions to
complete.
PUSHDOWN STACK FULL, NO KEYWORD CHECK POSSIBLE
Contact the FRESS staff.
?
This message is often typed when it is impossible for FRESS to
decipher a particular command line. The question mark will
appear under the section of the line causing the problem. The
user may type "?", in response, for a more complete
explanation of the problem. Sometimes the explanation will be
typed after the next command is issued, even if the new
command produces no errors. No harm is done to the file or to
the execution of the new command (this is only an occasional
malfunction in the procedure).
&R<n> HAS NOT BEEN DEFINED.
(cmac) &R<n> cannot be referenced before its initial
definition is encountered within the macro. Macro expansion
and execution are terminated.
REQUEST MUST END WITH ) OR ;
(BT) A Block Trail or Keyword function was specified
incorrectly.
RESULTING LABEL ALREADY EXISTS
The specified edit will produce a Label that already exists.
RETURN FILE NO LONGER OPEN
(R) The file of the next display point in the stack has been
FREEd. The user may continue popping the stack with
additional RETURNs.
SCOPE AND LP MUST BE IN SAME SPACE
When deferring <scope> and <lp>, be sure to stay in the same
Space (e.g., Text, Structure, etc.).
SCOPE INCLUDES INCOMPLETE BLOCK
(M, MB, MD) A new Block cannot be made which includes only one
end of a Block, nor is a Hypertext MOVE which includes only
one end of a Block permissible. A Block is a unit and must be
treated as such.
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October 1, 1979 PROBLEMS AND MESSAGES
MESSAGES
SCOPE QUALIFIER USED NOT SUPPORTED
A qualifier of -d, -p, or -s (designed but not yet
implemented) was specified. (These qualifiers are meant to
represent data field, paragraph, and sentence.)
SCRATCH FAILED
(SF) Contact a member of the FRESS staff.
SCRATCH SUCCESSFUL
(SF) The file has been erased.
SCROLL OR CHAR LENGTH > 127 IN POSITION STR
The line or character displacement number is too large (see
Section 5.2).
SECOND INCOMPLETE FUNCTION ENCOUNTERED
A command must be completely resolved before another command
can be issued in which <scope> or <lp> is deferred.
SECOND LP MUST BE A BLOCK START
(MDRD, RTA) The second <lp> of the command must be a Block
start.
SEMANTICS CHECK
A restriction on a parameter has been ignored, e.g., a
password longer than 7 characters has been given.
SOMETHING WENT WRONG
Contact FRESS staff.
SPACE OF RETURN POINT HAS BEEN DELETED
(R) The Space (Work or Label) which contained the next display
point in the stack has been deleted. The user may continue
popping the stack with additional RETURNs.
SPACING SPECIFIED INCORRECTLY
(OT) The spacing parameter for OTYPE must be 1, 2, or 3.
SPECIFIED SPACE DOES NOT EXIST
(DS) The specified Space (Work or Label) does not exist. The
Structure Space and Text Space always exist.
*SPLICE CANNOT BE COMPLETED*
If its corresponding Ecilpse cannot be located, this message
will appear in the display buffer immediately after a Splice.
This condition arises when one end of an interfile Jump or
Splice is not available (e.g., file has been erased or
deleted). If this is not the case, the user should contact
the FRESS staff.
STACK CONTROL BLOCK ALL FILLED
(SA) Before each non-linear travel command is executed, the
current location is saved in the Stack Control Block. This
Block is now full, and RETURNs should be issued to clear the
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