No primary command found



This occurs when you haven't declared a primary command first before using the associated subcommands or you may have failed to close a loop in the code syntax.

The print file stops 'printing' at a point where an error is encountered, therefore, the print file will usually give you the location of the problem: double check that primary commands have been declared and code syntax is correct.

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