gsl_vector_fprintf

Brian Gough bjg@network-theory.co.uk
Sun Mar 2 20:32:00 GMT 2003


Annett Keller writes:
 > Probably my problem is quite simple to solve but I can't do it.  I
 > want to run the test program for gsl_vector_fprintf given in the
 > GNU-GSL library:
 > 
 > #include <stdio.h> include <gsl/gsl_vector.h>
 > 
 > int main(void) {
 > 	int i;
 > 	gsl_vector *v=gsl_vector_alloc(10);
 > 
 > 	for (i=0;i<10;i++)
 > 	{
 > 		gsl_vector_set(v,i,1.23+i);
 > 	}
 > 	{
 > 		FILE *f=fopen("test1.txt","w"); /* "test1.dat" doesn't
 > work either
 > 		gsl_vector_fprintf(f,v,"%.5g");
 > 		fclose(f);
 > 	}
 > 
 > 	return 0; }
 > 
 > compiling shows no error but running leads to an error message:
 > somthing like 'the command in line 0x77883941 points to store
 > address 0x00000010. "written" can't be run on that store address'
 > did anyone ever had such a problem?  Thanks Annett

It looks like you may be using a non-unix platform.  If you still have
problems please send a bug report to bug-gsl@gnu.org with details of
the compiler and operating system version and commands used to compile
and run the program so we can try to reproduce the problem for
testing. Thanks.

regards,
-- 
Brian Gough

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