Schily's LIBRARY FUNCTIONS                          FILE_RAISE(3)


NAME

     file_raise()  -  controls  raising  of   file_read_err   and
     file_write_err


SYNOPSIS

     file_raise(f,flag)
          FILE *f;
          BOOL flag;


DESCRIPTION

     file_raise() can be used to control whether  the  conditions
     "file_read_err"  and  "file_write_err"  are  raised  when an
     error  occurs  during  an   I/O   function   (   fileread(),
     filewrite()  , etc) on FILE f. Calling file_raise() with the
     flag TRUE enables raising, calling it with flag  FALSE  dis-
     ables  raising.  If  raising is disabled and an error occurs
     the function will return an appropriate error code, this  is
     equivalent  to  handling  the condition and ignoring it. The
     default is to raise the conditions.


RETURNS

     none


NOTES

     none

Joerg Schilling    Last change: 15. Juli 1988                   1


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