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Domain error

Started by Manjula Perera

Domain error

Dear all,

I am getting error as domain error in form. please advise me on this.

Manjula Pio

Written by Manjula Perera 11/03/24 at 10:05:22 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...

Re:Domain error

Is this in one particular form or in general?

Only idea we have is that it has something to do with SQL.

No Domain in DataEase.

Written by DataEase 15/03/24 at 13:34:09 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...

Re:Re:Domain error

what is pow ? -

Written by Ihor Zakharchenko 19/03/24 at 11:48:12 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...

Re:Re:Re:Domain error

This product is over 40 years old so the person that can answer this is most likely 80 or worse....

Written by DataEase 19/03/24 at 13:07:33 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...

Re:Re:Re:Re:Domain error

I've started with DE 2.53RU since 1989 ;) data-entry form in DQL was that feature attracted my attention hypnotically ... It is hard to recollect what is domain in DE sense now. But I have inner feeling that thing means something different from ...

Written by Ihor Zakharchenko 20/03/24 at 07:11:01 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...

Re:Domain error

Hi

From where does this error crop from....procedure, form?

What is dataease supposed to do when this error is displayed?

kind regards

Josef

Written by Josef Vella 20/03/24 at 15:34:09 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...

Re:Re:Domain error

This has nothing to do with (network) domains, you would first expect with a product as DE.

pow = to the power, a mathematical function.

Domain error means a parameter to this function is out of scope.

Would be a logic error in computing a floating point value.

Written by Jos Schaars 21/03/24 at 21:40:23 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...

Re:Re:Re:Domain error

Domain Error Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the domain error.

$?=|{?}_{?}-{?}_{?}|$

E=|Vt-Va|

Variables:

Domain Error Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the domain error.

Domain Error Calculator Author: Calculator Academy Team Last Updated: December 5, 2023

E=|Vt-Va|

Variables:

• E is the domain error
• V_t is the true value
• V_a is the approximate value

Written by Ihor Zakharchenko 21/03/24 at 23:58:40 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...

Re:Re:Re:Domain error

Sorry Jos. You are obviously not 80 ;-).

Thanks for enlighten us inferior beings. My guess was also that it was something inside DFD that didn't like its current diet of modern OS etc rather than this being a "user" error that they could do something about.

Without knowing it specifically my guess is that this is related to the awkward memory extender in DFD or some resources that is not configured properly or couldn't be configured properly.

Written by DataEase 22/03/24 at 10:01:11 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...

Re:Re:Re:Re:Domain error

I plan to switch my ancient pc with 16M SIMM memory onboard and get domain error inside DE 4.53 working on pure MS-DOS not LegEasy 4 ;) I recall that situation btw ;)

Written by Ihor Zakharchenko 23/03/24 at 16:24:49 DataEase for Windows 5.x and before...
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