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Clib Is Space Method Determines if a character is a white-space character. Clib Is Uppercase Method Determines if a character is an uppercase alphabetic character. Is Finite Method Determines if a value is finite. Is NaN Method Determines if a value is not a number (NaN). Table 204. Quick Reference for Conversion Methods Method Description
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Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A Siebel eScript Quick Reference 310 Error Handling Methods Table 206 describes error handling methods. Other Methods Table 207 describes uncategorized methods. Table 206. Quick Reference for Error Handling Methods Method Description Clib Clear Error Method Clears the error status and resets the end-of-file flag for a file. Clib Get Error Message Method Returns the error message associated with an error number. Clib Get Error Number Method Returns the error number. Clib Save Error Message In String Method Saves an error message in a string. Throw Statement Stops running code if an error occurs. Table 207. Quick Reference for Other Methods Method Description Clib Convert Character to ASCII Method Converts a character to ASCII. Clib Get Environment Variable Method Returns the value of an environment variable. Clib Modify Environment Variable Method Creates or modifies environment variable. Clib Send Command Method Causes the operating system to run a command. Siebel Library Call DLL Method Calls a procedure from a dynamic link library in Microsoft Windows or a shared object in UNIX. Undefine Method Makes a variable undefined.
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Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A 311 A Compilation Error Messages This appendix describes error messages that Siebel eScript creates when Siebel Tools compiles ST eScript code. It includes the following topics: Format Error Messages on page 312 Semantic Error Messages on page 317 Semantic Warnings on page 321 Preprocessing Error Messages on page 325 Formats That This Appendix Uses This appendix uses the following formats: The error prefix is the text that displays for all errors in a group of errors. For example, Syntax error at Line line# position character# : The message is the unique part of an error message that applies only to a single error. The message can be text appended after an error prefix, or it can be the entire error message.
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Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A Compilation Error Messages 312 Format Error Messages Table 208 describes error messages that can result from incorrect script format. A format error
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Compilation Error Messages Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A 313 message starts with the following error prefix: Syntax error at line line# position character# . Table 208. Format Error Messages in Siebel eScript Message Example Cause Expected ':' Example 1 function main () { var a = false; var b = a ? 1, 2; //expect : after 1 } Example 2 function main () { var a = {prop1:1, prop2}; //expect : after prop2 } Example 3 function main () { var a = 1; var b; switch (a) { case 1 //expect : after 1 b =a; default //expect : after default b = 0; } } A colon (:) character is required in
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