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Developing ZIM Applications

Checking If a Program is Compiled

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You can use one of the following methods to determine if a program has been compiled:

  • Use the $ compilestatus function to check the compilation status of the program.

  • Run the Object Browser ( ZIMFILES) administrative utility. Any application document containing a compiled program shows a – c suffix following the file name.

  • Attempt to use the EDIT command to edit the program from within Zim. If the program has been compiled, a warning message is issued.

  • Issue a SET FLOW ON command. With FLOW set to ON, any call to a procedure produces a message indicating if the calling procedure is a compiled program.

  • Uncompile the program using the UNCOMPILE command. If the program was not compiled, an error message is issued.

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