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WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
status = %ERR_TRACEBACK(err_text[, clearall])
One of the following values: (n)
1 = (True) Traceback information is available.
0 = (False) The clearall option was used, or no further traceback information is available.
The associated error text. (a)
(optional) Any nonzero value, which clears all traceback information. (n)
Err_text has a maximum of 256 characters.
%ERR_TRACEBACK returns error information in first in, first out order, so the location of the error is the first piece of information returned. If %ERR_TRACEBACK returns false, no additional information is returned.
When the optional clearall argument is used, the err_text argument may be omitted as long as a placeholder comma is used.
%ERR_TRACEBACK is for use with $ERR_CATCH and is mandatory to clean up memory. It should always be used in a loop, as shown below, to return all lines of traceback information:
while (%err_traceback(error_description)) begin writes(logfile_chan, error_description)
See Error catching for more information about $ERR_CATCH and for a more detailed example.