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NAME

       nerr_match - walk the NEOERR chain for a matching error (clearsilver)

SYNOPSIS

       #include <util/neo_err.h>

       int nerr_match (NEOERR *err, NERR_TYPE type);

ARGUMENTS

       err - the NEOERR that has an error.
       type - the NEOERR type, as registered with nerr_register

DESCRIPTION

       nerr_match  is  used to walk the NEOERR chain and match the error against a specific error
       type.  In exception parlance, this would be the equivalent of "catch".  Typically, you can
       just  compare a NEOERR against STATUS_OK or just test for true if you are checking for any
       error.

SEE ALSO

       nerr_error_traceback(3), nerr_pass(3), nerr_error_string(3), defined(3), nerr_pass_ctx(3),
       nerr_passf(3),    nerr_init(3),    nerr_match(3),    nerr_log_error(3),    nerr_ignore(3),
       nerr_register(3), nerr_handle