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*Subject*: Re: Breaking on Math Warnings?*From*: "Scott Lett" <slett(at)holisticmath.com>*Date*: Fri, 8 Jan 1999 07:23:35 -0600*Newsgroups*: comp.lang.idl-pvwave*Organization*: World Trade Network, Inc.*References*: <369549A0.E20CF10B@optics.rochester.edu> <36954CB0.75814D7A@optics.rochester.edu>*Xref*: news.doit.wisc.edu comp.lang.idl-pvwave:13288

check_math() won't report convergence errors. It only reports your computer system's integer and floating point errors. If you want to see what gauss2dfit does in the event of non-convergence, you can read the source code (gauss2df.pro ?) in the library. You'll probably need to read the required curvefit.pro as well. Good hunting -- G. Scott Lett, Ph.D. Scientific Computing, Numerical Analysis slett@holistiicmath.com Scott Norton <norton@optics.rochester.edu> wrote in message 36954CB0.75814D7A@optics.rochester.edu">news:36954CB0.75814D7A@optics.rochester.edu... >I just found the answer to my own question. Sorry for taking up bandwidth. >The key command to use is CHECK_MATH(). Although I now need to >see if it works for finding convergence errors as when using the Guass2DFit >routine >(convergence errors are not listed in the table of returned math errors >shown >in the HELP menu on CHECK_MATH() ). >-Scott > >

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