#3023 Compile-time error or run-time catchable error
Expecting 'X', but received 'Y'.
or Expecting a simple pattern, but received a complex pattern.
compiler complains that a pattern is too complex, the pattern should
be placed inside parentheses.
or 'UL' does not apply to the 'X' pattern.
where X is any of the predefined character classes: 'any', 'any-text',
'blank', 'digit', 'lc',
'letter', 'space', or 'uc'.
or A 'USING-X' action must have an explicit index.
where X is either 'COUNTER', 'STREAM, or 'SWITCH'.
or Can't refer to 'X' outside a repeat-over block.
where X is either 'counter
#FIRST', or 'switch
Compilation continues but no compiled source code file will be saved.
The entered text does not conform to the syntax of the
OmniMark language. These are the most common messages that occur
under this heading, but there are many more in OmniMark that are