Never seen that one...

My initial thought is:

Is there a program that has a dimensioned array, where the data that the
program is trying to read in is larger than the array that was declared in
the BASIC program?

On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 11:52 AM, Glorfield, Gordon <
gglorfi...@vertisinc.com> wrote:

> Had a user get a message I've not seen before.  Message was: Index: 0 to
> one dimension is out of range.  The system kicked the user to TCL after this
> message.  We are running UniData 7.2.4 on HP UX.
>
> I went into the system but was unable to duplicate the error.  Has anyone
> seen this message before and what causes it?
>
> Thanks,
> Gordon
>
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