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0    Error System Integrity Error
The error system has encountered an unknown error. The probable cause is memory corruption.


1    Evaluation Stack Underflow
A stack error has occurred after a RETURN. 
Action: Look for missing or additional RETURN statement.


2    Memory Error
A memory error has occurred before a RUN. The system has attempted to free the Run space to DOS, and DOS reported an error. The likely cause is corruption in the DOS memory allocation system.


3    Memory Error
A memory error has occurred after a RUN that prevents rebuilding of the buffer system. This occurs when the system tries to rebuild the Run space and there is less than 16K available from DOS.


4    Memory Error
A memory error has occurred corrupting an internal buffer system. This happens when an attempt is made to free an internal buffer, and it is already free.


5    Memory Error
A memory error has occurred corrupting the buffer and EMM system. This occurs when attempting to map an EMM memory block into conventional address space, and the EMM driver reports an error.


6    Buffer Error
This occurs when attempting to attach a buffer to a database and the database already has a buffer. The probable cause is memory corruption.


7    Buffer Error
This occurs when attempting to detach a database buffer from a database and there is no buffer to detach. The most probable cause is memory corruption.


8    Buffer Error
The system ran out of database and/or index buffer handles.


9    Buffer Error
The system ran out of memory when attempting to allocate a database and/or index buffer.

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