9.20 Status
9.20 Status
The status command takes two forms. In its first form in which no arguments
are given, it writes out the number of warnings, errors and severe errors that 1)
were generated by the previous command and 2) have been generated during
the entire shell invocation. In its second form it takes from one to three
arguments each of which specifies a diagnostic severity and a number. The
status command compares each of these numbers with the number of that
diagnostic generated by the previous command and generates a severe error if
they differ.
1 Introduction
2 Interface
Syntax  : status = "status" {s ("w"|"e"|"s") num}0..3
3 Scanner
Examples: status
4 Parser
          status w1 e5 s1
5 Analyser
          status w4
6 Tangle
          status s1 e2
7 Weave
The status command was introduced to test the status results of commands
8 Shell
during their debugging. It is also useful for checking to see that the right
9 Commands
number of diagnostics have been generated at particular points in test scripts.
10 Glossary
11 References
Copyright   Ross N. Williams 1992,1999. All rights reserved.
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