• Subject: Re: How to process EVAL error
  • From: Vanja Jovic <vanja@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 23:34:58 -0600

It is poor solution, but (for now), you can use *PSSR to check for the
EVAL errors.

"Karl Lauritzen Jr." wrote:
> Suppose its really Answer = A/B
> I may be a simpleton but I would do
>       IF a <> 0 and B <> 0
>       EVAL Answer = A/B
>       ENDIF

        ...and why would you check for a<>0 ?

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