Diff for /gforth/Attic/errore.fs between versions 1.9 and 1.10

version 1.9, 1997/01/04 16:32:28 version 1.10, 1997/02/01 14:59:29
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 -25 ERR" Return stack imbalance"  -25 ERR" Return stack imbalance"
 -26 ERR" Loop parameters unavailable"  -26 ERR" Loop parameters unavailable"
 -27 ERR" Invalid recursion"  -27 ERR" Invalid recursion"
 -28 ERR" User interupt"  -28 ERR" User interrupt"
 -29 ERR" Compiler nesting"  -29 ERR" Compiler nesting"
 -30 ERR" Obsolescent feature"  -30 ERR" Obsolescent feature"
 -31 ERR" >BODY used on non-CREATEd definition"  -31 ERR" >BODY used on non-CREATEd definition"
Line 91  decimal Line 91  decimal
 -57 ERR" Error in sending or receiving a character"  -57 ERR" Error in sending or receiving a character"
 -58 ERR" [IF], [ELSE], [THEN] error"  -58 ERR" [IF], [ELSE], [THEN] error"
   
   \ error numbers between -256 and -511 represent signals
 \ signals are handled with strsignal  \ signals are handled with strsignal
 \ but some signals produce throw-codes > -256, e.g., -28  \ but some signals produce throw-codes > -256, e.g., -28
 \ signals: ( We list them all, except those already present, just in case )  
 \ -256 ERR" Hangup signal"  
 \ -257 ERR" Quit signal"  
 \ -258 ERR" Illegal Instruction"  
 \ -259 ERR" Trace Trap"  
 \ -260 ERR" IOT instruction"  
 \ -261 ERR" EMT instruction" \ abort() call?  
 \ -262 ERR" Kill signal" \ cannot be caught but so what  
 \ -263 ERR" Bad arg to system call"  
 \ -264 ERR" Broken pipe"  
 \ -265 ERR" Alarm signal"  
 \ -266 ERR" Terminate signal"  
 \ -267 ERR" User signal 1"  
 \ -268 ERR" User signal 2"  
 \ error numbers between -512 and -2047 are for OS errors and are  \ error numbers between -512 and -2047 are for OS errors and are
 \ handled with strerror  \ handled with strerror
   

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