110 Keyword is Not Valid for This Pathway. The input keyword is a valid 8‑character string, but it is not valid for the particular pathway. Refer to Appendix A, Appendix B or Section 3 for the correct usage of the keyword. The invalid keyword is repeated at the end of the message.
115 Starting and Finishing Statements do not match. Only One STARTING and one FINISHED statement,respectively, is allowed at the very beginning and the very end of each pathway block. Check the position and frequency to make sure the input runstream file meets the format requirement. The pathway during which the error occurs is included at the end of the message.
120 Pathway is Out of Sequence. The pathways are not input in the correct order. The correct order is CO, SO, RE, ME, and OU for the ISCST and ISCLT models, and CO, SO, ME, EV, and OU for the ISCEV model. The offending pathway is given as a hint.
125 Missing FINISHED Statement ‑ Runstream file is incomplete. One or more FINISHED statements are missing. A 5‑digit status variable is given as a hint. Each digit corresponds to a pathway in the appropriate order, and is a '1' if the pathway is complete and a '0' if the FINISHED is missing. For example, a status of '10111' indicates that the SO pathway was missing a FINISHED statement. Normally such an error will generate additional messages as well.
130 Missing Mandatory Keyword. To run the model, certain mandatory keywords must present in the input runstream file. For a list of mandatory keywords, see Appendix A or Appendix B. For more detailed information on keyword setup, see the description of message code 105. The missing keyword is included with the message.
135 Duplicate Non‑repeatable Keyword Encountered. More than one instance of a non‑repeatable keyword is encountered. For a list of non‑repeatable keywords, see Appendix A or Appendix B. The repeated keyword is included with the message.
140 Invalid Order of Keyword. A keyword has been placed out of the acceptable order. The order for most keywords is not critical, but the relative order of a few keywords is important for the proper interpretation of the input data. The keyword reference in Section 3 identifies any requirements for the order of keywords. The keyword that was out of order is included with the message.
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