FALSE AND ERROR is FALSE ? That cannot be !
FALSE AND ... whatever is FALSE since whatever is never evaluated.
FALSE AND ERROR has to be ERROR !!!
The first condition (a<>0) is NOT met and so, in any other programming
language I use, the second condition isn't even tested, as the result
will be "false" anyway because of this.
So you will ever get big BIG ERRORs...
I'm not sure I understand. The above example makes sure that the error
doesn't even happen which is the whole reason to write it like that.
SBASIC is better ;-))
In this instance, not to my mind. :-(
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