Simon Cozens wrote:
> dblack / candle.superlink.net writes:
> > 1. Why couldn't one swap 'true' and 'false' in your square-bracket
> > comments in the above?
> 
> You mean like in Unix, where 0 means success and non-zero means failure?

This is true under DOS as well (errorlevel 0 => success), but just 
because non-zero means "there was an error", so it *is* true, and 
zero is false (no error).

Of course if you're an optimist and look at it from the "success" 
viewpoint ... :)

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