On 17/11/2006, at 6:28 PM, Wayne McAlpine wrote:

A program-level MONMSG command can't be used as a way to ignore errors.

Of course it can. Plenty of lazy coders use this to ensure normal completion.

It must be accompanied by a GOTO command to take some specific action.

There is no system requirement for this. It is indeed how any competent developer would use it but I've seen plenty of quick & dirty CL that has a global MONMSG CPF0000 with no corresponding GOTO.

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