gd_error man page

gd_error — report a GetData library error

Synopsis

#include <getdata.h>

int gd_error(const DIRFILE *dirfile);

Description

The gd_error() function returns the numeric dirfile error associated with the dirfile dirfile which is set by many GetData library functions.

A textual description of the error may be obtained by calling gd_error_string(3).

Return Value

The gd_error() function always returns the dirfile error corresponding to the error state of the last library call on the supplied DIRFILE object.

See Also

gd_error_count(3), gd_error_string(3)

Referenced By

gd_add(3), gd_add_alias(3), gd_add_bit(3), gd_add_spec(3), gd_aliases(3), gd_alias_target(3), gd_alter_affixes(3), gd_alter_bit(3), gd_alter_encoding(3), gd_alter_endianness(3), gd_alter_entry(3), gd_alter_frameoffset(3), gd_alter_protection(3), gd_alter_spec(3), gd_array_len(3), gd_bof(3), gd_carrays(3), gd_cbopen(3), gd_close(3), gd_constants(3), gd_delete(3), gd_desync(3), gd_dirfilename(3), gd_dirfile_standards(3), gd_encoding(3), gd_endianness(3), gd_entry(3), gd_entry_list(3), gd_entry_type(3), gd_eof(3), gd_error_count(3), gd_error_string(3), gd_flush(3), gd_fragment_affixes(3), gd_fragment_index(3), gd_fragmentname(3), gd_framenum_subset(3), gd_frameoffset(3), gd_get_carray_slice(3), gd_getdata(3), gd_get_string(3), gd_hidden(3), gd_hide(3), gd_include_affix(3), gd_invalid_dirfile(3), gd_linterp_tablename(3), gd_madd_bit(3), gd_mcarrays(3), gd_metaflush(3), gd_move(3), gd_mstrings(3), gd_naliases(3), gd_native_type(3), gd_nentries(3), gd_nfragments(3), gd_nframes(3), gd_parent_fragment(3), gd_protection(3), gd_put_carray_slice(3), gd_putdata(3), gd_put_string(3), gd_raw_filename(3), gd_reference(3), gd_rename(3), gd_rewrite_fragment(3), gd_seek(3), gd_spf(3), gd_strings(3), gd_strtok(3), gd_tell(3), gd_uninclude(3), gd_validate(3), gd_verbose_prefix(3).

20 April 2011 Version 0.8.0 GETDATA