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Validate a $list identifier

Note: Many $functions have been deprecated in favor of Object Oriented methods. There is no OO equivalent for the $ListChk function.

This function returns either a 0 if a value is not a valid $list identifier and a 1 otherwise.

The $ListChk function accepts one argument and returns a numeric result.

The first argument is a potential $list identifier. This is a required argument.


%result = $ListChk(list_identifier)

%result is set either to 1, if the passed value is indeed a valid $list identifier, or to 0 otherwise.

All errors cause request cancellation

$ListChk Error Codes

The only possible error in a $ListChk call is not specifying a value for the candidate $list identifier. This error will cause request cancellation.

Products authorizing $ListChk