I have this error

```
ERROR: MethodError: vcat(::Array{Real,2}, ::TrackedArray{…,Array{Float32,2}}) is ambiguous. Candidates:
vcat(364::AbstractArray, x::Union{TrackedArray, TrackedReal}, xs::Union{Number, AbstractArray}...) in Tracker at C:\Users\Henri\.julia\packages\Tracker\6wcYJ\src\lib\array.jl:167
vcat(A::Union{AbstractArray{T,2}, AbstractArray{T,1}} where T...) in Base at abstractarray.jl:1296
Possible fix, define
vcat(::Union{AbstractArray{T,2}, AbstractArray{T,1}} where T, ::Union{TrackedArray{T,1,A} where A<:AbstractArray{T,1} where T, TrackedArray{T,2,A} where A<:AbstractArray{T,2} where T}, ::Vararg{Union{AbstractArray{T,2}, AbstractArray{T,1}} where T,N} where N)
```

Telling me that two `vcat()`

functions are ambiguous. I want to use the `Base.vcat()`

function but using it explicitly throws the same error. Why is that ? And what is this “possible fix” proposed by the error throw?

Here is a code that reproduces the error:

```
using Flux
function loss(a, b, net, net2)
net2(vcat(net(a),a))
end
function test()
opt = ADAM()
net = Chain(Dense(3,3))
net2 = Chain(Dense(6,1))
L(a, b) = loss(a, b, net, net2)
data = tuple(rand(3,1), rand(3,1))
xs = Flux.params(net)
gs = Tracker.gradient(() -> L(data...), xs)
Tracker.update!(opt, xs, gs)
end
```

Moreover, when I call manually each line inside the function in the REPL no error is thrown. I do not understand this behavior. This only happens when vcat() is in a function called inside another function. Like in my example above.