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Crashes If you have not already reset your 50g, take your paper clip and reset your 50g using the reset hole on the back of the 50g. Expect to do this frequently.
You should only lose the contents of the stack. Crashes are usually caused by yours or someone else's bug.
Expect most of them to be your bugs. Crashes are frequent with C mostly because of the misuse of pointers. In the real world they are called segmentation faults. To create one simply try to access a region of memory not assigned to one of your variables.
Most CLI workstation programs will error with some type of useful message, e.
HPGCC segfaults return nothing. HPGCC stuck in a loop also returns nothing. To illustrate this take a look at the hi. What if name points to a string longer than 36 characters?
Put 40 character string on the stack and press. Make sure your paper clip is handy. Hangs Hangs are not crashes. But with a little effort you can put emergency exits in your code.
If you are going to have large iterative loops consider giving yourself an out. If you are developing code for others consider some sort of indicator other than the hour glass icon that something is happening so that they do not prematurely exit loops or hard reset. The Convex Hull example has an example of a graphical progress bar.
UserRPL provides some very powerful tools for input and stack manipulation that may be more difficult under C. Take forms for example. They are not going to run any faster under C, so why bother? There is a correlation between the number of bugs in your code and the length of the code.
IOW, keep it short and simple whenever possible and use the right tool for the right job. Often a simple wrapper around your C code can make a big difference, e. A simple wrapper like: Send nothing and get a "Too Few Arguments" error, send anything else and it gets converted to a string first.
Coding object type identification and conversion to string in C is possible but more difficult with little benefit. Wrappers are also convenient for returning C errors, e. If no error, then push the new string and 0.
Note that if the name string is too long it is pushed back on the stack to be consistent with other types of 50g errors, i. This is not necessary with the NULL check since nothing was popped off the stack. The new wrapper and errors look like this: The new wrapper code IF statement pops off the 0 or 1 return code, if nonzero the string returned is used by DOERR to put a nice error message on the screen.
Otherwise, if zero, then END leaving the string "Hi This is a nicer solution than blindly converting to a string before calling hi because you do not get unexpected results.
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