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#include command returning : error G0008 Syntax error
I have used #include in my program. It works on my coauthor's computer, but it does not work on mine. When I run it, it says:
(0) : error G0008 : '#include shocks1' : Syntax error
I bought the Gauss in September, 2012. So I wonder if it is due to an update of the program or something else.
Thanks for your help!
Most likely, the reason you are getting the error:
(0) : error G0008 : ‘#include shocks1′ : Syntax error
is because you are running that line by highlighting it and hitting the F4 key, right-clicking and selecting "run selected text" from the context menu, or by entering it from the command line.
You cannot execute a "#include statement" this way. It must be executed by running the file.