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What this error means?
forrt1: error(65): floating invalid
myprogrqm [86]: 26991 Resources lost
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This says that the number in the print statement is not a valid floating point number. It is a run time error, correct? So the value is not valid. Too big? Too small? Unitialized?
The second line just says that it lost yoour data when the program could not recover.
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