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Error G0155: Nested procedure definition
I have a procedure within a procedure and an error comes up as:
Line 20 in C:\Users\youx\Code\Backward_05_20
Nested procedure definition G0155
So does GAUSS not allow nested procedure?
You cannot define a GAUSS procedure inside of another GAUSS procedure. You can, however, define a GAUSS fn inside of a procedure. An fn is essentially a one-line procedure. Here is a quick example:
proc (1) = multiplyInputs(x, y); local out; fn multiply(arg1, arg2) = arg1*arg2; out = multiply(x, y); retp(out); endp;
You an also, of course, define the sub-procedure above or below your main procedure.