Language Diagnostics

These messages describe diagnostics that are reported during the processing of the source file. These diagnostics have the following format:

filename (linenum): type [#nn]: message

filename Indicates the name of the source file currently being processed.
linenum Indicates the source line where the compiler detects the condition.
type Indicates the severity of the diagnostic message: warning, remark, error, or catastrophic error.
[#nn] The number assigned to the error (or warning ) message. Hard errors or catastrophes are not assigned a number.
message Describes the diagnostic.

The following is an example of a warning message:

tantst.cpp(3): warning #328: Local variable "increment" never used.

The compiler can also display internal error messages on the standard error. If your compilation produces any internal errors, contact your Intel representative. Internal error messages are in the following form: