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Re: PDx-Pop/NONMEM Line Character Limit?

From: Nichols Alice <NICHOLA2>
Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2009 14:09:44 -0400

can't recall line limitations but since this involves additions of several =
variables you could try breaking this line up into multiple lines and see =
where and if the problem still appears,
if still get an error message this may help you pinpoint where your =
problem is,
this form may also be easier to read
TVCL = THETA(1)+THETA(7)*(VMLL-49827.76)+THETA(8)*(KML-96.226)TVCL = =
TVCL+ THETA(9)*(VLRP-5.659)+THETA(10)*(VLSP-83.615)TVCL = TVCL+ =
THETA(11)*(WT-76.638)+THETA(12)*(VLB-6.778)TVCL = TVCL+ THETA(13)*(VLG-1.=
>>> "Hudachek,Susan" <Susan.Hudachek
Greetings! Does anyone know if PDx-Pop/NONMEM has a line character limit? =
I am trying to run a model with the following line: TVCL=THETA(1)+THETA(=
6) And I get the following error: AN ERROR WAS FOUND ON LINE 10 AT THE =
(WT-76.638)+THETA(12)*(VLB-6.778)+THETA( =
                                                                X =
                                484 SUBSCRIPT MUST BE AN INTEGER =
CONSTANT. fsubs did not get created by =
NM-TRAN. No NONMEM execution.Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! =
Thanks in advance!SusanSusan Hudachek, M.S., Ph.D.
Animal Cancer Center
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Colorado State University
300 West Drake Road
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1620
PHONE: (970) 219-7599
FAX: (970) 297-1254
EMAIL: Susan.Hudachek

Received on Tue Aug 25 2009 - 14:09:44 EDT

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