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Re: Overflow --> Abort evaluation


"Holger" <bre at iwm.fhg.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> Dear All,
>
> here is one tricky thing I wasn't able to figure out yet: Is it
> possible to let a certain input line evaluate and in case this input
> line does cause a message (for example: General::ovfl) jump to the
> next line and not be bothered by the Overflow input line? The
> background is that I do some awkward computations that may cause a
> message like overflow or so and this then wastes a lo of time without
> yielding anything reasonable. Thanks a lot,
>
> Holger
>
Something like

If[ (result=Check[expr,"oops"])=="oops",
  Return[$Fail],
  result ]
]

?

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Peter Pein, Berlin
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