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Diagnostic 5466: MMX instructions are followed by a call without first having seen an EMMS instruction

Diagnostic 5466: MMX instructions are followed by a call without first having seen an EMMS instruction

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  • Diagnostic 5099: Keyword 'WHILE' expected in DO WHILE statement

    Diagnostic 5099: Keyword 'WHILE' expected in DO WHILE statement

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  • Diagnostic 5576: fort: ("number"): SOURCE length %ld does not equal variable length %ld

    Diagnostic 5576: fort: ("number"): SOURCE length %ld does not equal variable length %ld

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  • Diagnostic 5067: Two identifiers found that differ only in upper/lower case usage: '%1' and '%2' (treated as the same identifier)

    Diagnostic 5067: Two identifiers found that differ only in upper/lower case usage: '%1' and '%2' (treated as the same identifier)

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  • Diagnostic 5150: Illegal statement label field

    Diagnostic 5150: Illegal statement label field

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  • Diagnostic 5540: The ATOMIC statement intrinsic must be MAX

    Diagnostic 5540: The ATOMIC statement intrinsic must be MAX

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  • Diagnostic 5563: Variable xxxx has substring starting point which is less than one

    Diagnostic 5563: Variable xxxx has substring starting point which is less than one

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  • Diagnostic 5402: String too long - truncated to 31 characters

    Diagnostic 5402: String too long - truncated to 31 characters

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  • Diagnostic 5539: The ATOMIC statement operator must be +

    Diagnostic 5539: The ATOMIC statement operator must be +

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  • Diagnostic 5028: more than 500 digits in real value - truncating at 500 digits

    Diagnostic 5028: more than 500 digits in real value - truncating at 500 digits

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