MESSAGES (SUCCESS)

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MESSAGES (SUCCESS)

These messages are used to indicate that the program has succeeded in performing some action, and do not require any user action.

MESSAGES (INFORMATIONAL)

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MESSAGES (INFORMATIONAL)

These messages give information only, and require no immediate action by the user. They are used to provide information on the current state of the program, or to supply explanatory information in support of a warning or error message.

MESSAGES (ERROR)

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MESSAGES (ERROR)

These messages indicate an error in processing which will cause the program to terminate. The most likely causes are a corrupt or otherwise invalid input file, or an error related to command line processing and file manipulation.

MESSAGES (OTHER)

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MESSAGES (OTHER)

In addition to the above messages which are generated by the program itself, other messages may be produced by the command line interpreter (CLI) and by Laser-Scan libraries. In particular, messages may be generated by the DTILIB library and by the Laser-Scan I/O library, LSLLIB. DTILIB library messages are introduced by '%DTILIB' and are documented in the MATRIX package reference manual. In most cases DTI errors will be due to a corrupt input file, and this should be the first area of investigation. If the cause of the error cannot be traced by the user, and Laser-Scan are consulted, then the output file should be preserved to facilitate diagnosis. LSLLIB messages are introduced by '%LSLLIB' and are generally self-explanatory. They are used to explain the details of program generated errors.