Thanks for the advice.
I did notice. I only wish that the other fixes would be as easy.
I did try this up to four .'s. No luck.
Trust me, you do not want to see the whole thing
I’m not entirely sure I understand what you mean. Should I change all of the
1’s to 1.0’s when describing kinematic constraints? I have not tried this, since
there are quite a few of them.
The error message is referring to the markermover file, which is the same as
in the original gait analysis model. The specific line is “BsplineOrder =
8.000000;”, in this context:
AnyKinLinear &ref1= .Lin;
BsplineOrder = 8.000000;
FileName =.datafile;//reference to the name of the data file to use
I can send the whole markermover.any if that helps.
AnyBody Support <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have too little to go at…
There are some functions that can be used to convert floats to ints,
such as round(float), ceil(float), floor(int).
But you somehow indicate that it has nothing to do with the input.
About the conversion you are doing. There are a couple of things
which are not compatible between the preview and final release 2.0
editions. The major ones are:
Initial positions in the segment are now given by ‘r0’
and ‘Axes0’ instead of ‘r’ and ‘Axes’. (This you probably have found
Some scope resolving have changes so you might to change the
preceeding number of ‘.’ in relative names
Some floats and integers have been changed to integers or enum in
some cases, such as the Reaction.Type member in kinematic
constraints. These are cases where some variable was introduced in
old versions of AnyBody before as many data types were available. We
are using the Major updates to clean out some of these cases.
Maybe you have encountered such as case, maybe you just need to
change 1.0 to 1. Could this be the case?
If not, could you send me some additional information about your
specific case, then I may be able to be more specific?
Or you could upload your entire model, so I could have a look.
— In email@example.com, “jari4455” <j.pallari@…> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to convert a model built on the previous version to
> current one. I have gotten stuck on this one thing and do not know
> to proceed. When I read the code in I get the message:
> Evaluating constants…
> ERROR(SCR.EXP1) : C:\Program Files\AnyBody
> Technology\AnyBody.2.0\Repository.5\ARep\Aalborg\Patient 2
> FootApp_Wedge_Right\MarkerMover.any(37) : ‘=’ : Illegal
> for given argument types : ‘AnyInt’ ‘=’ ‘AnyFloat’
> This is surely not a problem with the source data?
> Thanks for any help you can provide.
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