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error G0037: result too large
Is there any way to solve the problem of too large result. Increasing memory or something? Or directly no solution?
Hay alguna forma de solucionar el problema de result too large. Aumentando la memoria o algo asi? O directamente no hay solucion?
That error is probably coming up because you are using GAUSS Light. The Light version of GAUSS allows a maximum matrix size of 10,000 elements.
The standard version of GAUSS places no restriction on matrix size. It will only be limited by the memory available on your computer.