Executes BASIC code with an error handler installed. That means if the code you execute can do anything it wants including divide by zero. The execution will end but an obvious system error will not trigger. Instead, this function will return with a value that indicates the error condition.
If function = 0, the indicated string contains the name of the program to execute with these special parameters. If function = 1, the string contains the program code itself. Just don’t do anything complicated in it. Do not recurse and certainly try not to call this command inside any program or subroutines you’ve already called this command in. If you attempt to do so, the original calling routine will be lost.
NOTE: This function is not fully implemented. Reliability is not guaranteed.
Technical Details #
Executes BASIC code safely.