diagnostic message

diagnostic message

[¦dī·əg¦näs·tik ′mes·ij]
(computer science)
A statement produced automatically during some computer processing activity, such as program compilation, that provides information on the status of the computer or its software, particularly errors or potential problems.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"Clinical practice, including careful delivery of the diagnostic message and supportive services offered immediately after the diagnosis, may benefit this vulnerable group of patients."
The diagnostic message gives us the nature of the problem and its exact location, so we can take care of the issue and get right into recovery!
* Double clicking on a diagnostic message takes the user to the pertinent tax form and line item for easy adjustment.
A lower and upper measurement limit can then be set in the ICT test program to detect an LED performing outside the test limits, with an appropriate diagnostic message for the test and repair operator.
* The GoTo function allows users to jump directly to the source of any calculation or diagnostic message and then to return to their original positions.
It also guards the ambient temperature of the electronics and records any diagnostic message. The Jupiter 200 is compatible with HART[R]/AMS[R], PACT ware[TM] and FOUNDATION Fieldbus[TM] communication protocols.
The author captured chipset diagnostic messages from two Galaxy S10 smartphones.
Since Profinet can use TCP/IP for diagnostic messages, this information can be programmed to be made available wherever required.
In case of ISO 15765 diagnostic messages, the white list of allowed service identifiers (SIDs) and parameter identifiers (PIDs) needs to be specified in the access control list.
"The GOT712-837 is ideal for use as an HMI for train operation control displays, showing content such as video streams from the vehicle's onboard surveillance system, vehicle diagnostic messages, or even as a means of controlling certain operations including the train's door system, windshield wipers, air conditioning, passenger information systems or track level crossings," said Product Manager Debbie Tu.
CodePeer 3.0 also adds many new features, including support for precise IEEE 754 floating-point semantics, added flexibility in analyzing complex projects, improved support for legacy Ada compilers, more precise diagnostic messages, and a new check on parameter aliasing.

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