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How can I get the description of an error-code, without the books?
Posted: 11 Dec 03
While you are in a Load use "!" to get a ">" prompt and type in ERR (followed by the system-message you got) here is an example:
> ld 20
TN 120 0 9 0
SCH0127 <--------how come ?????
>err sch127 <------type in the code like this!
Terminal already exists. <------- answer, oh!
71 0 4 6 <-------- you continue where you were!
You can use ERR when you aren't in any LOAD.
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