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Message Posted: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 @ 14:41:54 GMT
Yes, but I'm not sure what your question is.
Bteq will return an error code to the operating system i.e. Windows, Unix or whatever based upon what happens in your bteq session.
If there are no errors in your bteq session, bteq will return 0. If there are errors, bteq will return an error level. The value 8 typically means an error of some sort occurred. You should look at the bteq manual for the meaning of these codes.
You can override the value bteq would return with the .quit command. This command is documented in the bteq manual. There are some other things you can do with the error level, again all of these are documented in the manual.
I'm not sure if this answers your question - I suggest you refer to the manual.
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