-56 THROW is QUIT ? 
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 -56 THROW is QUIT ?

 In the Standard the -56 exception code is labelled as "QUIT".
What does it mean?

Is it suggested that a program THROWs -56 instead of QUITting
explicitly or should QUIT be implemented as -56 THROW ????

 I hopen that someone who was involved in making the standard
can answer my question ( my questions about the STANDARD are
answered very rarely :-((((((( ) .

Andras



Tue, 04 Aug 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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