Member variable Error():severity Foundation
Contains a code indicating the severity of the error.
This instance variable contains an error code as an integer numeric value. The error code represents a category which designates a particular level of severity associated with the error. Symbolic constants which designate the different error categories, are defined in the header file ERROR.CH.
|0||XPP_ES_WHOCARES||Informational||No real error is present.|
|1||XPP_ES_WARNING||Warning||At the moment there is no error present, but the error condition can lead to a serious error.|
|2||XPP_ES_ERROR||Error||Without correction the failed operation cannot be executed.|
|3||XPP_ES_FATAL||Discontinued||Because of the error, the Xbase++ application must terminate.|
The Xbase++ runtime system generates only errors in the categories XPP_ES_WARNING and XPP_ES_ERROR.
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