Definition of 1I41D

 

1I41D INVALID ADDRESS
Cause:
a) The hexadecimal address specified for the ALTER or DSPLY command contains invalid
characters, is too short or too long, or
b) the address of an ALTER or DSPLY command or of a DUMP, PDUMP or JDUMP macro
references an area
· in the gap between the end of real storage and the beginning of the virtual address
area, or
· beyond the end of virtual storage, or
· in the page pool, or
· in a virtual partition whose corresponding real partition contains a program running in
real mode.
System Action: For cause a): The area will not be displayed or altered. The system continues
with the next valid address.
For cause b): The system waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Re-enter the entire command including the corrected address, or
press END/ENTER to have the invalid command ignored.





Used with Courtesy and Permission of International Business Machines, Inc.