call fxopt(ncode, continue, nprint, usealt)
All arguments are integer values.
FXOPT modifies the error monitor's tables that specify what to do for each runtime error.
If "usealt" is 1 and the error specified by "ncode" occurs without an alternate error procedure being set by FXALT, then the program will abort with a Q5 abort.
If an the alternate error procedure is specified for more than 1 type of error, you probably need to use ANYERR in order that the alternate error routine can find what type of error occured.
Some errors are sufficiently disastrous that it is foolish to attempt to continue.
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