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KHDB Management Systems Skype = keith.hubert For your day-to-day Needs, you Need an Alpha Database! This will shrink the ugly and harmful huge stacktraces that we get from many accidental recursion errors, without hiding potentially useful information. -- Steve Previous message (by thread): [Python-ideas] Shrink recursion ABOUT THE COMMUNITY CAMERA PRINTER CINEMA EOS CAMCORDER GENERAL DISCUSSION Office Printers Go To Canon Community About The Community Forum Info Announcements Camera EOS EOS Rebel Lenses PowerShot Speedlites Software Any ideas? http://spamdestructor.com/print-error/print-error-solris-ideas.php

Be clear and state the answer right up front. Also look to see if the OneNote printer is installed - that can give you fits if you are printing an Alpha report to a PDF file. Terms of Use Updated Privacy Policy Cookie Usage Register Help Remember Me? Answer guidelines Saved to your computer. http://community.usa.canon.com/t5/Office-Printers/error-message-quot-wrong-print-head-quot-any-ideas-ive-done-turn/td-p/186969

Select a file to attach: Attach files Cancel Do you still have a question? I will search for removing OneNote and see what happenings Thanks for the replies, I be back with the results of removal of OneNote Tony Reply With Quote 05-21-2012,11:14 AM #6 Remove the Alpha printer using the Windows controlpanel go inside the alpha executable folder, and find the exe for reinstalling - most likely in x86 program files\a5v11\amyuniv4\installlamyuniprinters then go back to Cole Join Date Apr 2000 Location Terrell, Texas (near Dallas) Posts 5,860 Re: "Printer error: print hdcPrn is Null" while printing, any ideas?

An error variable represents any value that can describe itself as a string. The caller can access the error string ("math: square root of...") by calling the `error`'s Error method, or by just printing it: f, err := Sqrt(-1) if err != nil { I'm not sure who suggested that idea. Cole Custom Programming - Terrell, Texas 972 524 8714 [email protected] ____________________ "A young man who is not liberal has no heart, but an old man who is not conservative has no

Cole Join Date Apr 2000 Location Terrell, Texas (near Dallas) Posts 5,860 Re: "Printer error: print hdcPrn is Null" while printing, any ideas? Any ideas? I certainly didn't. > My rationale for > such a change is that we need to be extremely precise in our message, > to leave absolutely no room for a different Tom, I first ran into the issue when users had installed OneNote - which hijacks the Null port.

Ask yourself what specific information the person really needs and then provide it. This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled. Cgo! To add that information, a useful function is the fmt package's Errorf.

  1. It formats a string according to `Printf`'s rules and returns it as an error created by errors.New.
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  7. I have both here and am running without problem on a machine that's similar to yours.

hard reset ink change Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎10-03-2016 05:12 PM Me too Report Inappropriate Most questions get a response in about a day. Thanks Tony Reply With Quote 05-25-2012,03:29 PM #18 twwtc View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Real NameTony Watts Join Date Mar 2010 Posts 312 Re: "Printer error: print hdcPrn I think there is more than one way to resolve the issue, but this is my current fix.

I have the same on my Win 7 Pro 64-bit box. check my blog I don't recall doing this manually. For brevity, whenever I refer to a "line" in the stack trace, I mean either a single line of the form: File "", line 1, in f when source code is Also, there is no reason to run either 10.5 or 11 in xpmode, that I am aware of - All my clients are running "not in xp mode" with no known

If I were you, I'd remove oneNote first. Make it apparent that we really like helping them achieve positive outcomes. f, err := os.Open("filename.ext") if err != nil { log.Fatal(err) } // do something with the open *File f You can get a lot done in Go knowing just this about this content Notice that the method's receiver, fn, is a function. (Go can do that!) The method invokes the function by calling the receiver in the expression fn(w, r).

So, for the record, let me explicitly state my proposal: Stack traces should collapse blocks of repeated identical, contiguous lines (or pairs of lines, where the source code is available for Course Forum Section 2 7/7 print error Taking a Vacation Forum View Course 109 points Submitted by funkytownwarrior almost 2 years ago 7/7 print error def hotel_cost(nights): return 140 * nights The most commonly-used error implementation is the errors package's unexported errorString type. // errorString is a trivial implementation of error.

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I opened Alpha Sports and tried to print an invoice and received this error message: Script:OnPush line:19 :Report.Print("Invoice".query.filter,query.order) Printer error:printer_init - print_dialog returned NULL hdc I have received this error a Be encouraging and positive. Imagine you're explaining something to a trusted friend, using simple, everyday language. Thanks Tony Reply With Quote 05-25-2012,03:13 PM #17 twwtc View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Real NameTony Watts Join Date Mar 2010 Posts 312 Re: "Printer error: print hdcPrn

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Copyright © 2000-2015, Alpha Software Corporation | Database Software United States Canada United Kingdom Australia India Brasil France International Go to QuickBooks.com Sign In Why Sign In to QuickBooks Learn It may be an issue for a LOT of users, but because they have never printed to a PDF they don't they have it. Rios, Sr. Reply With Quote 05-21-2012,04:01 PM #13 twwtc View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Real NameTony Watts Join Date Mar 2010 Posts 312 Re: "Printer error: print hdcPrn is Null"

Submit a question Check notifications Sign in to QuickBooks Learn & Support or Sign in to Go to QuickBooks.com × Close Why do you want to report this? c := appengine.NewContext(r) c.Errorf("%v", e.Error) http.Error(w, e.Message, e.Code) } } Finally, we update viewRecord to the new function signature and have it return more context when it encounters an error: func To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Reply With Quote 05-21-2012,07:16 AM #4 martinwcole View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage VAR Real NameMartin W.

Here is the interface's declaration: type error interface { Error() string } The error type, as with all built in types, is predeclared in the universe block. For instance, a web crawler might sleep and retry when it encounters a temporary error and give up otherwise. When I try and do a Printer Supply level check - says 'Info not available' so clearly something isnt communicating with the Mac etc.Printer Copies manually fine..... Looking here with you guys has given me some ideas.

I have the same question Show 0 Likes(0) 89Views Tags: none (add) This content has been marked as final. Rios, Sr. Since you don't have trouble printing with other apps the problem is not likely to lie with your hardware. -- tom Last edited by Tom Cone Jr; 05-26-2012 at 03:00 AM. Click here to learn more.

All rights reserved. I still have a problem with printing. Tom I'll have to learn how, but I'll look into that this afternoon and give that a try Thanks Tony Reply With Quote 05-21-2012,12:54 PM #12 Tom Cone Jr View Profile