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DrClaude, May 5, 2014 May 7, 2014 #8 adishpatel I have managed to resolve the issue with the help of my tutor. It helped me build up the code until now. DrClaude said: ↑ When debugging the compilation of a program, I find it a very good practice to focus on the first error and correct it, and then recompile the program, Notes Run-time errors are reported only when the DEBUG symbol is defined.

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Array Reference At 1 Is Out Of Bounds

My bad, sorry about that. What is this aircraft? Case in point: The warning on IW is due to the fact that the error in declaring J meant that IW was not declared as in integer. DrClaude, May 7, 2014 May 7, 2014 #10 adishpatel Code (Text): $ gfortran -g Trial.f -o Trial -lode /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lode collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status I

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  • Cheers, Adam.
  • but when I compile it use 'ifort' or 'gfortran' both of them cannot find this error.
  • If ODE2 uses the Jacobian, then it needs to be properly set up if you want correct results.
  • adishpatel said: ↑ Code (Text): IF (.TRUE.) STOP Minor point: why the IF?
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  • Cheers, Olivier Adam Alloul (adam-alloul) wrote on 2014-03-07: #4 Hi Olivier, thank you for your quick reply.

Code (Text): T = 0.1225D+02 X(1) = NaN X(2) = NaN T = I figured that they should have been Fxr(1) and Fyr(1) instead :). I have left a few arrays with size 1 for future use as there will be other formulas added in. Index Out Of Bound Error It compiles fine when running make, but when I was trying to compile it for gdb using the command, gfortran -g Trial.f -o Trial and that would throw out errors: Code

My girlfriend has mentioned disowning her 14 y/o transgender daughter My home country claims I am a dual national of another country, the country in question does not. However, on the matter of ODE2, I have a separate Makefile which directs the .f file to look for ODE2 in the specific library. adishpatel said: ↑ Trial1.f:267.10: Fxr(2) = (Ex(2)/psi)*(FR(2)/ER(2)) 1 Warning: Array reference at (1) is out of bounds (2 > 1) in dimension 1 Variables Fxf, Fyf, Fxr, and Fyr have all http://www.ultrafractal.com/help/writing/reference/errors/arrayindexoutofbounds.html Logical variables are rarely used in Fortran, so why make all variables logical by default?

You guys have been great! Array Index Out Of Bounds Exception Java Example adishpatel said: ↑ Code (Text): /tmp/cceH8Y8s.o:Trial1.f:(.text+0x800): undefined reference to `ode2_' /tmp/cceH8Y8s.o:Trial1.f:(.text+0x800): relocation truncated to fit: R_X86_64_PC32 against undefined symbol `ode2_' /tmp/cceH8Y8s.o:Trial1.f:(.text+0xa46): undefined reference to `path_' /tmp/cceH8Y8s.o:Trial1.f:(.text+0xa46): relocation truncated to fit: R_X86_64_PC32 You are declaring J in lines 6 and 16, so remove one of them. What do the results look like before the NaNs appear?

Array Index Out Of Bounds Error

Different papers/journals had different formulas which caused me to not being able to produce the results. Please click back to return to the previous page. Array Reference At 1 Is Out Of Bounds You are declaring J in lines 6 and 16, so remove one of them. What Does Array Index Out Of Bounds Mean In Java When you declare an array to use it with the #x or #y predefined symbols, you need to make it one larger than the #width or #height predefined symbols to enable

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Add tags Tag help Olivier Mattelaer (olivier-mattelaer) wrote on 2014-03-06: #1 Hi Adam, Tim is looking at this problem. As I have the results in hand now, it is not of extreme importance to debug it. Use Code (Text): IMPLICIT NONE and declare explicitly all variables. However, I understand your point there.

Array Reference is out of bounds error? Index Out Of Bounds R You have a similar problem with the common block EXTRA, where in line 302 it is not the same size as declared previously in the main program and in subroutine FCN. Now I know my ABCs, won't you come and golf with me?

The program as been updated at the same URL: http://sysden.com/Trial.f adishpatel, May 2, 2014 May 2, 2014 #4 DrClaude Staff: Mentor adishpatel said: ↑ I see!

Olivier Mattelaer (olivier-mattelaer) wrote on 2014-03-06: #3 Hi Adam, Could you apply the following patch: === modified file 'Template/LO/Source/dsample.f' --- Template/LO/Source/dsample.f 2013-11-24 16:38:02 +0000 +++ Template/LO/Source/dsample.f 2014-03-06 17:36:25 +0000 @@ -970,6 I have tried the patch you sent me and it seems to work perfectly. Report a bug This report contains Public information Edit Everyone can see this information. Index Out Of Bounds C# You have helped me a lot!

Code (Text): $ make Trial1 gfortran Trial1.f -o Trial1 Trial1.f:16.24: INTEGER IER,IW,K,J 1 Error: Subtraction with negative result Is my workplace warning for texting my boss's private phone at night justified? I thought that was a way to link the library. Not the answer you're looking for?

Quite a newbie with fortran. The Logical (A-Z) statement was added based on a journal I was going through. adishpatel, May 7, 2014 May 7, 2014 #9 DrClaude Staff: Mentor adishpatel said: ↑ However, on the matter of ODE2, I have a separate Makefile which directs the .f file to The arrays in JAC are much too small, and this might be causing you some problems.

Thank you very much for all the help you have provided. Everyone who loves science is here! You can use the likes of gdb to do some debugging, but I am not sure that this would help you here. adishpatel said: ↑ Also, I did notice (as you pointed out) that the program had array of 2 for X() under the Subroutine JAC.

However, if this could be resolved with some changes, then might as well look into it :) Also, I did notice (as you pointed out) that the program had array of Problem? It compiles fine when running make, but when I was trying to compile it for gdb using the command, gfortran -g Trial.f -o Trial and that would throw out errors: Code DrClaude, May 2, 2014 May 2, 2014 #3 adishpatel Thank you very much DrClaude!!

Cheers, Adam. Fortran May 1, 2014 #1 adishpatel So, I have a bunch of errors which need resolving here but majority are based on the "out of bounds" error and hence the topic Changed it to 14 now. The compilation should look like Code (Text): gfortran -g Trial.f -o Trial -lode where you would have a library file libode.a containg the code from ODE2.

However, it seems that I am getting NaN's? No, create an account now.