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Thanks moritz---I think I got (some of) that, I don't think I can justify doing this for my current work project. (which doesn't neccessarily mean I won't try to do it anyway :) ). I might try it at home when I get some time, but think I have a way to go with OO before attempting something like that..

But if the compiler knows what calls what and from where (since it prints that kind of stuff in error messages) is there a way to hi-jack that information?

Also.. did you mean my questions were getting clearer or less stupid? :P

Cheers why_bird
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In reply to Re^4: Tracking down errors in data from input files. by why_bird
in thread Tracking down errors in data from input files. by why_bird

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