Steve MC Han
hmc0907 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 12 17:42:48 CET 2007
Thank you very much for your help.
I wish I knew what I had to tried beforehand. It's just like asking someone who doesn't know Russian alphabet to look up the Russian dictionary first before asking a Russian word.
One more question: How to implement his/her own symbol created by using Metapost to the Latex math environment without using \includegrphics commend. For example, first draw a triangle with Metapost and define such as \owntriangle and use it in Latex document.
Again, this might be a too easy question for everyone in this group, Taco might scold me again, I am afraid...
Taco Hoekwater <taco at elvenkind.com> wrote:
Steve MC Han wrote:
> Is there anyone who could interprete and correct this error message?
> The picture comes out O.K., but it keep showing up and bothers me.
The first: the number is too large. Metapost displikes pure numbers
above 4095. Often numbers upto 16383 are ok, but you have to suppress
the warning message explicitly if you want to use such numbers.
As the message says, just start you document with:
warningcheck := 0;
and the message will go away. Actually, that is *precisely* what
the erro message from metapost said, so you could have just tried
it before emailing.
The second: A 'redundant equation' happens when you write an
equation (with an equals sign) that is already solved. The input
is not really wrong, but you get an error message because it often
means there is a fault in your constructed set of equations.
Here is an example of what it is supposed to catch:
a = 1; b = a ; b = 1; % b already is 1, thanks to eq(2)
In your case, something is initialized twice over. My guess is your
are loading graph.mp twice.
Food fight? Enjoy some healthy debate
in the Yahoo! Answers Food & Drink Q&A.
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