Cause: Using "toint" to convert a float or double value that is larger than (2^31-1) to an integer.Fix: Try using tolong, or use where to do something with these large values before converting them: x = (/2^19,2^20,2^30,2^31/) i = toint(x) ; triggers the warning ;---Solution 1: live with it; the last value will be set to the default int missing value print(i) ; last value is -2147483647 (integer missing) ;---Solution 2: use "tolong" l = tolong(x) print(l) ; last value is 2147483648, the correct value ;---Solution 3: convert large values to a smaller value, and perhaps set to missing [email protected]_Fill Value = -999 x = where((2^31-1),[email protected]_Fill Value,x) j = toint(x) print(j) ; This is effectively the same as solution #1, but ; no warnings are produced. Cause: Calling a function or procedure with the wrong argument type.It is important to note that variables do a string value, the fact that it previously had a numeric value is forgotten.
Fix: The value of the _Fill Value attribute must be the same (or lower) type as the variable you are attaching it to.
You can use one of the conversion functions, like toint, to force a lower type.
;---Using bad index subscripting x = random_uniform(-100,100,(/10,20,30/)) print(x(5,20,5)) ; index '20' is invalid ;---Using bad coordinate variable subscripting ntim = 5 nlat = 10 nlon = 20 y = random_uniform(0,.100,(/ntim,nlat,nlon/)) time = ispan(1,ntim,1) lat = fspan(-5,5,nlat) lon = fspan(10,30,nlon) y! Index subscript numbers start at 0 and go from left to right, so subscript "#1" refers to the second dimension from the left.
2 = "lon" y&time = time y&lat = lat y&lon = lon ys = y(:,,) ; range is invalid for "lat" coord var Cause: There are two possible causes: 1) subscripting an array using an index that is out-of-range of the size of your array, or 2) subscripting an array using coordinate values that are out-of-range of the coordinate variables.
Can someone help me figure out what is wrong with this code?
I would've preferred to have used an action, but the standard object "Product2" doesn't support them apparently.And this error causes a problem in execution of functions.If you’ve begun to try out Java Script you might have encountered some pretty baffling errors. Errors about undeclared variable assignments occur in strict mode code only. Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.Visit Stack Exchange Salesforce Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for Salesforce administrators, implementation experts, developers and anybody in-between. Sign up to join this community I copied and pasted this code from another button that we use that, as far as I know, works and just changed the fields., which is responsible for generating a meaningful string from the error, which can be used to print it to screen.This error is defined in modern Java Script but never actually thrown by Java Script, and remains for compatibility purposes.Please see Office VBA support and feedback for guidance about the ways you can receive support and provide feedback.Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. This script gets mailbox stats, but you can adapt it to do whatever you want. Mail Message $From Address, $To Address, $Message Subject, $Message Body $Attachment = New-Object Net. For additional information, select the item in question and press F1 (in Windows) or HELP (on the Macintosh).Have questions or feedback about Office VBA or this documentation?