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In Line Error Handling

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From the MSDN In-line error handling is:

When you check for errors immediately after each line that may cause an error, you are performing inline error handling. Using inline error handling, you can write functions and statements that return error numbers when an error occurs; raise a Visual Basic error in a procedure and handle the error in the calling procedure; or write a function to return a Variant data type, and use the Variant to indicate to the calling procedure that an error occurred.

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( Topic last updated: 1999.10.28 10:40:41 PM )