Returns a string with one of three values signifying the status of the most recent command executed.
The command switches /noerr and /quiet (see Command Switches ) can be used to effectively disable non-fatal errors. This function allows customised action in the event of an error occurring. For example, if a simulation fails to converge, the run command yields an error. This function can be used to take appropriate action in these circumstances.
When a fatal error occurs, the command will abort unconditionally and this function returns 'Fatal'.
Return type: string
|'OK'||Command executed without error|
|'Error'||One or more errors occurred in the most recent command|
|'Fatal'||The most recent command was not recognised or the evaluation of a braced substitution failed.|
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