status.i2.v = ierrtv(acnet_error.i2.r, row.i1.r, column.i1.r)
This function will accept a 16-bit status code in standard ACNET
format, construct a short text message and display it on the
console TV. The message is 14 characters in length and will be
displayed starting at the row and column positions specified by
the arguments "row" and "column". The message text is actually
formatted by the ierrtx routine, see its description for details.
The routine attempts to minimize the number of transmissions to
the TV display by "remembering" the previous input status code.
If the last input status code is the same as the current code
then no screen output is performed since the appropriate message
would have been posted on the screen by a previous call. If the
current call specifies an error code different from the previous
entry, then the new message is displayed immediately. For obvious
practical reasons "row" and "column" should be identical on all
references and should point to a screen location which allows 14
characters of output on a single line. The value of the function
return is always set equal to the value of the status byte
returned by the facility in question.
top_row top row of window (use WMNGR_CENTER for centering)
acnet_error standard ACNET format error code
row row on which to display error message
column starting column on which to display error message
This function returns status values as follows:
specific error number from "acnet_error"
This function requires the following include files: