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Provides variants of the error procedure.
error/no-raise[procedure] (error/no-raise [ARG...])
Displays a message just like error but does not raise an error.
*error/no-raise[procedure] (*error/no-raise ARGS)
A unary version of error/no-raise.
errorf[procedure] (errorf [LOCATION] FORMAT [ARG...])
Invoke error with a message built by the (error-format-procedure).
Should the argument list not match the criteria for a format argument list then the arguments are passed directly to error. The point being errorf will raise an error.
error-format-procedure[procedure] (error-format-procedure) => procedure
[procedure] (error-format-procedure FORMAT)
Gets & sets the FORMAT procedure used by errorf. The default is the Unit extras format.
For I18N situations format-compiler-base format would be a better choice.
- Hello (from "check-errors:1.11.0")
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