June 14, 2000 - WMLScript's invalid Literal
June 14, 2000|
WMLScript's invalid Literal
Tips: June 2000
Yehuda Shiran, Ph.D.
invalidvalue is one of them. When you divide a number by zero, you get the
invalidvalue. You also get it if an operation results in a floating-point number that is not part of the set of finite real numbers supported by the single-precision floating-point format. In fact, any data type conversion failure results in a returned value of
invalid. Most of WMLScript's 70 functions return
invalidin case of error.
For more on WMLScript, go to WMLScript Primer.