No I did not assume or think it was ERROR it is data and I chose it on purpose to illustrate my point that I think you're still missing the overall larger picture here.

Coding, using a UDF with a positive logic regardless of how KiXtart internals may handle them.

A return and an Error are different and I don't believe I showed otherwise, but then again I seem to have trouble presenting my point here.

I suppose what I'm trying to say is that a UDF does not and can not have a SOLID one rule fits all, but rather can and will change depending on what the UDF code consists of.

I think I agree with your RULE 1 but I don't fully agree with your RULE 2

Edited by NTDOC (2006-03-07 10:06 AM)