The Lang.abort function can be used to abort the WMLScript code
that is currently being executed when a fatal error is detected. This
is referred to as a program-specified abort. Control is returned to the
calling WML program and an error is signaled.
The mandatory errorDescription parameter can be any combination
of a string and named variables describing the error, or an invalid
returned by the browser.
The use of Lang.abort should be exclusively reserved for handling
fatal errors. Non-fatal error detection and signaling can be handled by
using the Lang.exit function.
This is not a working code example, since we would have to create a fatal
error to demonstrate this function.
extern function abortexample()
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