status.i4.v = error_display(message.i1a.r, error_type.i4.r,
				    error_code.i4.r [,display_mode.i4.r]
				    [,color.i4.r] [,priority.i4.r])

	status.i4.v = error_display_c(message.i1a.r, error_type.i4.v,
				      error_code.i4.v [,display_mode.i4.v]
				      [,color.i4.v] [,priority.i4.v])

	This routine displays an error code and/or message on a TV or
	graphics window.  It will erase the error field if there's an
	old error being displayed and the new error code value indicates
	no error (if no scrolling).  This routine will return a value of
	ERR_ERROR if "error_code" is an error (depends on "error_type") or
	ERR_OVFLOW if the same error has been repeated for more than five
	times.  If the overflow condition occurs, the error will not be
	displayed.  If specified in the most recent call to error_init(_c),
	this routine will also write to an error log file.  A previous call
	to error_init(_c) is necessary.

	message		null terminated message (ERR_MAXLEN character max)
	error_type	type of error
			(ERR_NONE -> no error, just a message,
			 ERR_ACNET -> "error_code" is an ACNET error,
			 ERR_INT -> "error_code" is a simple integer value,
			 ERR_SYS -> "error_code" is a VMS error code,
			 ERR_RTL -> "error_code" is a C RTL (errno) error code,
			 ERR_DEVNAM -> "error_code" is an ACNET device index,
			 otherwise -> "error_type" is interpreted as an ACNET
				      device index and "error_code" is treated
				      as an ACNET error)
	error_code	error code to display
	[display_mode]	error display mode
			(ERR_SIMPLE_DISPLAY -> message is written and left on
					       the screen (default),
			 ERR_ACKNOWLEDGE -> message must be acknowledged by a
					    user keyboard interrupt (PA only),
			 positive integer -> message will be posted for that
					     number of seconds and then
					     erased (PA only))
	[color]		display color (default is RED if "error_code"
			indicates an error condition and CYAN otherwise)
			(constants are in 'cnsparam')
	[priority]	log entry priority value
			(default is ERR_DEFAULT_PRIORITY)

	This function returns status values as follows:

	ERR_OK			"error_code" is not an error
	ERR_ERROR		"error_code" is an error  (This is
				nonzero for integer or ACNET "error_type"
				and any value but 1 for VMS "error_type".)
	ERR_OVFLOW		"error_code" is an error, but error
				clipping is on and this device/error
				combination has already occurred too
				many times to be displayed
	ERR_NO_INIT		error_init(_c) has not been called

	This function requires the following include files:

	cnsparam_h, cbslib_h, acnet_errors_h

	Related functions:

	error_printf_c, error_message(_c), error_mprintf_c,
	error_colored_message_c, error_cmprintf_c, error_init(_c),
	error_imbedded_enabled, error_imbedded_on, error_imbedded_off,
	error_erase, error_close, error_last, error_clip_depth_c,
	error_query_clipping, error_trace_on, error_trace_off,
	error_trace_get, error_trace_view_c, error_size_and_position_c,
	error_is_occluded, error_window_is_present, intro_error

	C/C++ usage:

	static const char	message[] = "This is an error message.";
	int	status;
	int	error_type = ERR_ACNET;
	int	error_code = ACNET_PEND;
	int	display_mode = ERR_SIMPLE_DISPLAY;
	int	color = RED;
	int	priority = ERR_DEFAULT_PRIORITY;

	status = error_display_c(message,error_type,error_code,display_mode,