Wolfgang Lenerz via Ql-Users wrote:

in my experience, this is often caused by a Basic extension not
resetting the stack correctly. This generally seems to be the case
either when a keyword changes the value of an entry parameter, to make
it into a return parameter, or when a function returns a value (very
often a string).

But without having a complete program to test, this will be difficult to
find out.

Thanks for the suggestions.

My function does not change any of the entry parameters, only sets the return value. I have written other functions that do the same but without this anomaly, also with 8 chr names. Anyway I will check the exit section to see what I did differently from previous and consult the Assembly Language PDFs to get it right.


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