Tesseract  3.02
tesseract-ocr/cutil/danerror.h File Reference

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#define NOERROR   0
#define DO_NOTHING   0


typedef int TRAPERROR
typedef void(* VOID_PROC )()


void DoError (int Error, const char *Message)

Define Documentation

#define DO_NOTHING   0

Definition at line 25 of file danerror.h.

#define NOERROR   0

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Definition at line 24 of file danerror.h.

Typedef Documentation

typedef int TRAPERROR

Definition at line 27 of file danerror.h.

typedef void(* VOID_PROC)()

Definition at line 28 of file danerror.h.

Function Documentation

void DoError ( int  Error,
const char *  Message 

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Definition at line 32 of file danerror.cpp.

 **     Parameters:
 **             Error   error number which is to be trapped
 **             Message pointer to a string to be printed as an error message
 **     Globals:
 **             ErrorTrapStack          stack of error traps
 **             CurrentTrapDepth        number of traps on the stack
 **     Operation:
 **             This routine prints the specified error message to stderr.
 **             It then jumps to the current error trap.  If the error trap
 **             stack is empty, the calling program is terminated with a
 **             fatal error message.
 **     Return:
 **             None - this routine does not return.
 **     Exceptions:
 **             Empty error trap stack terminates the calling program.
 **     History:
 **             4/3/89, DSJ, Created.
  if (Message != NULL) {
    tprintf("\nError: %s!\n", Message);

}                                /* DoError */