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 (WARNING)

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MESSAGES (WARNING)

These messages are output when an error has occurred that can be corrected immediately by the user or that the program will attempt to overcome.

MESSAGES (FATAL)

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MESSAGES (FATAL)

These messages indicate a severe error in processing, or some form of system failure, which has caused the program to terminate.

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.