Contents of the ERR.TXT file
error message #0 -- this should never be displayed! 11/7/84
the file was not opened before this operation.
the file is not open for output (WRITE operations). Do REWRITE first.
the file is not open for input (READ operations). Do RESET first.
the disk is full; use a disk with more space on it.
the directory is full with too many files; erase some of them.
you can't ASSIGN a file that is already open. CLOSE it first.
the file name has no characters in it.
attempted read beyond the end of file. Test for EOF to prevent this error.
reading an integer that is out of range: integers must be -32767 to 32767.
error message #10 -- not used!
#11 -- div by 0
#12 -- string length error
#13 -- index out of range
#14 -- case index out of range
#15 -- stack overflow
#16 -- sub-range error
Reached the end of the file, program is incomplete. Check program syntax.
Too many identifers declared. Remove some declarations or definitions.
Set elements must be between 0 and 255 in value.
This character is incorrect here.
The program is too large; you must make it smaller!
All set constants must be the same type.
This item is incorrect at this point; check your syntax.
Multiple definition in the program, or a pre-declared identifier or routine.
This word appears to be an undeclared identifier.
A constant is expected here.
A variable, constant, or function is expected here.
Too many variables were declared, or arrays are too large.
This procedure/function was declared with a parameter list. '(' expected.
'INTEGER', 'CHAR', 'BOOLEAN', 'STRING', or 'TEXT' type identifier expected.
'..' expected, as in :ARRAY[1..10] OF.. etc
Boolean or integer expression required.
This word is incorrect at this point; check your syntax.
An integer is required here.
The types of the two terms used here do not match.
A boolean expression must be used here: it must be True or False.
The type of this expression does not match the control variable's type.
Variable type does not match the type of the right hand part of statement.
Integer, character, boolean, or string variable is expected here.
An integer or character expression is expected.
A CASE label can have a maximum value of 255.
This CASE label value is a duplicate of a previous one.
An integer or character variable is expected.
This CASE label is not the same type as the CASE variable or expression.
Parameter expected, beginning with VAR or an identifier.
A variable or procedure identifier is expected.
A statement or perhaps 'END' or ';' is expected.
The control variable in a FOR statement must be a simple variable.
'BEGIN' or a declaration section (CONST, TYPE, VAR) is expected.
A procedure or function name is expected.
'TO' or 'DOWNTO' expected.
Incorrect symbol here; a statement is expected.
'.' or another statement or procedure is expected here.
sorry, GOTO's are not allowed, since they can lead to bad habits!
A positive integer is required for the index, between 1 and 4000.
only an array or a string can have an index.
INTEGER, CHAR, or BOOLEAN expected for a type.
Functions cannot return arrays.
The number of parameters disagrees with the declaration made earlier.
The type of the parameter does not match the declaration made earlier.
A simple variable (without index) or a constant is needed here.
Matching closing quotes required, single or double ('...' or "...").
READ and WRITE must have at least one parameter to be meaningful.
Hexadecimal number such as $FF00 expected after a '$'.
INTEGER, BOOLEAN, or CHAR funtion type expected.
The array size does not agree with its declaration.
An expression or a quoted string is expected.
This declaration does not match the previous declaration.
The compiler option is: T+ or T-. T- removes the debugger code.