Fatal errors
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Fatal errors

These errors always immediately terminate the program.

In applications that use the SysUtils class (as most GUI applications do), these errors are mapped to exceptions. For a description of the conditions that produce each error, see the documentation for the exception.

The following table lists all fatal errors, numbers, and mapped exceptions.

Number  
Name  
Exception  
200  
Division by zero  
EDivByZero  
201  
Range check error  
ERangeError  
202  
Stack overflow  
EStackOverflow  
203  
Heap overflow error  
EOutOfMemory  
204  
Invalid pointer operation  
EInvalidPointer  
205  
Floating point overflow  
EOverflow  
206  
Floating point underflow  
EUnderflow  
207  
Invalid floating point operation  
EInvalidOp  
210  
Abstract Method Error  
EAbstractError  
215  
Arithmetic overflow (integer only)  
EIntOverflow  
216  
Access violation  
EAccessViolation  
217  
Control-C  
EControlC  
218  
Privileged instruction  
EPrivilege  
219  
Invalid typecast  
EInvalidCast  
220  
Invalid variant typecast  
EVariantError  
221  
Invalid variant operation  
EVariantError  
222  
No variant method call dispatcher  
EVariantError  
223  
Cannot create variant array  
EVariantError  
224  
Variant does not contain array  
EVariantError  
225  
Variant array bounds error  
EVariantError  
226  
TLS initialization error  
No exception to map to.  
227  
Assertion failed  
EAssertionFailed  
228  
Interface Cast Error  
EIntfCastError  
229  
Safecall error  
ESafecallException  
230  
Unhandled exception  
No exception to map to.  
231  
Too many nested exceptions  
Up to 16 permitted.  
232  
Fatal signal raised on a non-Delphi thread  
No exception to map to.  
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