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Caught "std::exception" Exception message is:
Message Catalog was not loaded from the file. Please check file location, format or contents

i got this message while running an m file.

any idea how to remove this?

Thanks alot

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On 29.10.11 03:49, salman wrote:
> Caught "std::exception" Exception message is:
> Message Catalog was not loaded from the file. Please check file location, format or contents
>
> i got this message while running an m file.
>
> any idea how to remove this?

dbstop if error

I'm assuming your code uses the “message” function with some
unknown/undefined message ID, i.e., one for which no corresponding
resource file was found.

Christopher

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11/8/2011 3:58:21 PM

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