[Q] Compiler evaluate: question
janousek at fit.vutbr.cz
Wed May 21 18:11:02 UTC 2003
Unfortunately it does not help for example in this case:
[ Compiler evaluate: 1 asCharacter asString ] ifError: 
SyntaxError window apeaers.
(Since the string is a result of decryption in my case, even such
situations could be possible.)
Derek Brans wrote:
> How about the usual error handling:
> [x := Compiler evaluate: 'blah blah'] ifError: [do something else]
> Derek Brans
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Vladimir Janousek" <janousek at fit.vutbr.cz>
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> Subject: [Q] Compiler evaluate: question
>>I'd like to know some good way how to handle syntax error quietly in
>> x := Compiler evaluate: 'blah blah'.
>>Unfortunately it seems that it does not raise any kind of exception.
>>Thanks in advance,
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