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StandardEurekaError function

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Caution: this is old EurekaLog 6 documentation. This is not the latest version.


EurekaLog includes a function named StandardEurekaError, that enables you to call EurekaLog "manually" simulationg an exception.


Syntax of this function is as follows:


function StandardEurekaError(const Error: string): Boolean;


When EurekaLog is active the Result is True, otherwise it returns False (when the ExceptionLog.pas unit is included in your project but you have EurekaLog disabled in the "Project/Exceptions Log Options..." IDE menu).


With this function you can obtain the current call-stack without raising an exception.


This function simulates the raising of an EEurekaLogGeneralError exception with the Exception.Message = Error.






uses ExceptionLog; // The required unit...




   ok := StandardEurekaError('General error!');



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