[Oberon] Please, what does it means? And how do deal with this?

mcintosh at vima.austin.tx.us mcintosh at vima.austin.tx.us
Wed Mar 26 17:22:02 CET 2003

"Fernando Passold" <fpassold at das.ufsc.br> wrote on Tue, 25 Mar 2003 23:49:20 -0300

Please, I have again an error with Oberon System 3 R 2.3 Compilled.
(I pray thay the new version is most better than this).

  Robot.Robot.StartController                                          PC=
    @for                     =3D 3
    i                        =3D 4
    robot                    =3D 100B6EC0H
  Main.StartRobot                                                       P=
    err                      =3D 269018688
  Shells.ExecutionHandler.Run                                           P=
    e                        =3D 1008E640H
  Tasks.Terminate                                                      PC=


Using the option "* \Nnf"of the compiller, I discover that it is
pointing to the statement:

My approach would be to see if you have a pointer to an object that is not initialized, and if you have compiled the program with all of the protection turned off, "for efficiency"

Would you be comfortable putting the source to Robot on a web page where we could look at it?

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