G0014: File not found

Hi, I don't know how to solve the problem of "File not found". I have tried to make sure that the file is in the right path with the right name. However this error keeps showing up.

Here are the lines with error:

priorfile = "pri.out";
load path= ^priopath prior[npara,3] = ^priorfile;

Thank you for helping me with this!

7 Answers

0

Try downloading this version and installing it using the GAUSS Application installer and running the included gensysdrive.gss file. It should correctly create all of the paths that that code requires.

0

I'm trying to individualize the code actually. Thank you as well for the information.

0

A couple more things. I formatted the code snippet in your original message. Is that exactly what the code looks like?

priorfile = "pri.out";
load path= ^priopath prior[npara,3] = ^priorfile;

There is a problem in that second line. If that is the code, we can fix it.

Secondly, I would recommend either using the debugger to run the program to the statement that is causing the error and then viewing the variables at that point, or putting a diagnostic print statement there. I seem to remember at least one version of that code did not create the full path structure it needs. The filesa command can be helpful for this. It returns a string array with all files that match a particular file specification, or it returns an empty string if there is no match. You could do something like:


print "about to set load path to " priopath;
found = filesa(priopath);
if found $== "";
   print "the directory " priopath " does not exist";
else;
   print "the directory " priopath " was found";
endif;
priorfile = "pri.out";
load path= ^priopath;

You could make a more compact statement, but I thought this might be more clear. Let us know if you have questions with this or if anything else comes up.

0

Thank you so much! This problem has been solved. I'm using another version of code, similar to this version but with a few files different. I'll keep debugging.

0

Now I run into a problem which is as below.

proc (5) = dsgesolv(para,mspec)

G0155 : Nested procedure definition

G0008 : Syntax error 'proc (5) = dsgesolv(para,mspec)'

Do you by chance know how to solve it? Thank you!

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The error G0155 : Nested procedure definition means that GAUSS found a procedure inside of a procedure, like this:


proc (1) = hypotenuse(a, b);
    c = a^2 + b+2;
    
    proc (1) = square(a);
        retp(a .* a);
    endp;
    
    c = sqrt(c);
    retp(c);
endp;

Most likely, in your case you do not actually have a procedure defined inside of a procedure. It is more likely that you have an error between procedure definitions that removes that start of one of the procedure definitions, like this:

proc (1) = hypotenuse(a, b);
    c = a^2 + b+2;
    
    c = sqrt(c);
    retp(c);
//removing the semi-colon after 'endp'
//means the statement does not end until
//the end of the 'proc' statement
endp
proc (1) = square(a);
    retp(a .* a);
endp;

Look for an error before the definition of the dgesolv procedure.

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Many thanks!


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