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Just as Mr.Wizard I also don't see that problem in 12.1 in a fresh notebook containing just this expression in one cell. Are you seeing this problem when you put just this line in an extra cell in a new notebook? I would suspect that the root cause most proably issomething else within the affected notebook. I can see e.g. red x plus the warning if I enter ...


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You need to tell PadRight up to what dimension to pad. In your case you would want something of dimension {2,9}, so this should work: Normalxp = {0.314695, 0.202724, 0.445823, 0.137051, 0.340344, 0.210384, 0.0014843, -0.00337419, 0.115197}; Normalyp = {0.525304, 0.0501755, 0.796942, 0.167022}; Firstraw = {"Normalx+", "Normaly+"}; ...


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One way SetDirectory[NotebookDirectory[]]; ode1 = {y'[x] == Sin[x], y[0] == 0}; ode2 = {y'[x] == x, y[0] == 0}; ode3 = {y'[x] == Cos[x], y[0] == 0}; odes = {ode1, ode2, ode3} Do[ Print["solving ode number ", n]; s = Quiet@Check[ NDSolve[odes[[n]], y, {x, 0, 1}, WorkingPrecision -> 60] , Null, NDSolve::nderr (*you can add more ...


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