Interpreting Command Line Error Messages

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 Interpreting Command Line Error Messages

Table 1-3 lists the common error messages.

Table 1-3  Common error messages of the command line

Error Message

Cause of the Error

Error: Unrecognized command found at '^' position.

No command is found.

No keyword is found.

Error: Wrong parameter found at '^' position.

The parameter type is incorrect.

The parameter value exceeds the limit.

Error: Incomplete command found at '^' position.

The entered command is incomplete.

Error: Too many parameters found at '^' position.

Too many parameters are entered.

Error: Ambiguous command found at '^' position.

Indefinite command is entered.

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