Comm questios

 BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 07-27-92 (17:26)             Number: 188
From: DAVE CLEARY                  Refer#: NONE
  To: JOHN GALLAS                   Recvd: NO  
Subj: Comm questios                  Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
In a message of <23 Jul 92 12:47:58>, John Gallas (1:282/90) writes:

 >Is is possible to make QB ignore some errors without using  ON ERROR?
 >For example, I want to be able to ignore buffer overflows (after using an
 >OPEN COM statement), device I/O errors (like when somebody turns off the
 >modem..) and basically all of the standard errors that occur when using
 >QB's internal comm routines.  Can I get around them?  And can I still
 >catch the error code so I can try to fix it?

There is no way to avoid ON ERROR when using QB's
communications. However, if you limit all your com i/o in a
separate module, you can get away with only compiling that
module with /E/X and not cause your entire program to bloat
because of it.

Later           Dave

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