Jupiter Moons

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Re: Jupiter Moons

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Sorry but I get the very same results:

D/M/Y: Invalid Data
M/D/Y: OK
No date input (X=0 & Y=0): Invalid Data :cry:
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Re: Jupiter Moons

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Another clue:

I loaded a "Clean State" so no other programs can interfere with this in any manner. Same results.
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Re: Jupiter Moons

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I am sorry now I can see, I enclose old version, new version is here:
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Re: Jupiter Moons

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Well, it seems to act a bit differently but still crashes. I'll try to give some clues:

Firrst test with no date input:
- CLST
- XEQ Jupiter
- I see a graphic display of jupiter in the form of CGEI J
- One second later I get:

"Invalid Data"
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T: -11.467026712
Z: 0
Y: 0
X: 1.012

Everytime I do the previous steps I get exactly the same results.

Next test with D/M/Y format:
- CLST
- 22.022021 ENTER
- 19.47 XEQ Jupiter
- I see a graphic display of jupiter in the form of CGEI J
- One second later I get:

"Invalid Data"
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T: -11.467026712
Z: 8.24305555556E-1
Y: 22.022021
X: 1.012

Next test with M/D/Y format:
- CLST
- 02.222021 ENTER
- 19.50 XEQ Jupiter
- Everything works like a a charm!

I swear I've got the D/M/Y date format in my DM42 :)

Hope this helps. If you need some other testing, just ask!
Thanks for your support!
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Re: Jupiter Moons

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Have you tried setting the date format using the DMY function? I don't remember the details but there was a bug that was discussed here recently, where the date functions could end up acting weird if you used the setup menu to set the date mode.
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Re: Jupiter Moons

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I found a bug in my code, now it's okay, I think. You do not need to change the date format, the program changes it automatically.There is small change, you have to use CLST on the beginning. You can put in arbitrary date and time or program will automatically have been set to the current date and time values.
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Re: Jupiter Moons

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Now it works like a charm! 8-)

Thanks a lot!
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you're welcome 8-)
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Re: Jupiter Moons

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I created the final version and fixed the wrong time on the display. The older version shows a negative date or greater than 24 hours. The new version shows date and time correctly.
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Re: Jupiter Moons

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Cool! 8-)
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