STAAD.Pro Help

I. To check for syntax errors

Note: In order to check for errors, STAAD.Pro must be running. If you have launched the STAAD.Proエディタ externally, this feature is disabled.
Note: Input file data is also parsed when STAAD.Pro is first opened as well as when the STAAD.Proエディタ is first opened. You will be notified of any errors at that time.
Select the Check Syntax tool in the Tools group on the Home ribbon tab. A message opens to indicate if no errors are detected.
When the file is checked, if any issues are detected, the details are reported in the Error list panel. The data there is displayed in four colums:
  1. An icon which indicates the type of issue detected: error, warning, or message.
  2. The line number on which the detected issue occurs. Double-click on the issue will point the input view to this line number.
    Note: If a line number cannot be identified by the program, then this will be blank.
  3. A description that provides details of why the issue has been identified and possible assistance in determining a resolution.
  4. A copy of the data in the line what has been identified as an issue.
You can review individual errors or warnings in the Error List panel.