option #43

Stop message

WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows

 

USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS

System option #43 controls whether a Synergy application produces a stop message when a STOP statement is executed.

If you set system option #43, no stop message is displayed, and the application terminates immediately.

If system option #43 is not set, the following message is displayed:

%DBR‑S‑STPMSG, STOP
%DBR‑I‑ATLINE, At line x in routine STOP (test.dbl)

On Windows, if system option #43 is set, the message “%DBR‑S‑STPMSG, STOP, at line x in routine xyz (xyz.dbl)” is suppressed when a stop statement is reached. The application terminates immediately, and any text output of the program disappears from the screen.

If system option #43 is not set on Windows, a stop message is produced in one of the following two forms: