Category : File Managers
Archive   : EASY.ZIP
Filename : EDITERR.MSG

Output of file : EDITERR.MSG contained in archive : EASY.ZIP
*** These error messages are defined
*** by Editor Toolbox

020 Undefined file error
021 Typeahead buffer overflow
022 Window size too small
023 Cannot delete the only window
024 Cannot link a window to itself
025 Word too long for current margins
026 No block is defined
027 Block is not in a viewable window
028 Invalid marker number
029 Marker has not been set
030 Marker is not in a viewable window
031 Invalid margin specification
035 No more memory available
036 Invalid integer
037 Command aborted
038 Not found
039 Disk full
040 File too big! Partial file read
041 Line too long

*** These error messages are copied
*** from the Turbo Pascal Reference
*** Manual's list of I/O errors

001 File does not exist
002 File is not open for input
003 File is not open for output
004 File is not open
005 Read error or directory not found
006 Write error
016 Invalid numeric format
032 Not allowed on logical device
033 Not allowed in direct mode
034 Cannot assign to standard files
144 Record length mismatch
145 Cannot seek beyond end of file
153 Unexpected end of file
240 Disk write error occurred
241 Directory is full
242 File size overflow
255 File has disappeared

*** More MicroStar error messages

101 File creation error
102 Unable to close target file
103 Unable to close source file
104 Unable to create ".BAK" file
106 Program file not found
107 Error saving defaults
108 Printing error
111 Error reading print file
113 Error closing print file
114 Print file not found
120 Maximum of two windows allowed
121 Second window not open
122 Invalid directory path
123 Turbo Lightning not resident

*** You can define additional
*** error messages

  3 Responses to “Category : File Managers
Archive   : EASY.ZIP
Filename : EDITERR.MSG

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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