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EIdException.IfTrue Method

Raises an instance of the exception based on an expression value.

class procedure IfTrue(
    const ACheck: Boolean; 
    const AMsg: string = ''
Condition to check for a True value.
Exception message text to assign to the exception instance. 

IfTrue is a class procedure used to raise an instance of the exception class when the condition in ACheck returns a True value. As a class method, IfTrue can be called without creating a prior instance of the exception class. 

When the condition in ACheck contains True, IfTrue calls Toss with the value in AMsg to raise the exception class instance. 

Use IfFalse to raise an instance of the exception class when the condition in ACheck contains False.

Using class methods in an Indy Exception descendant.

  EIdException.IfNotAssigned(AnObject, 'Object has not been created.');

  EIdException.IfAssigned(AnObject.Data, 'Object already has data.');

    'Object connection has closed before completion.');

    'Object connection is not open.');

  EIdException.IfNotInRange(AnObject.Port, 30000, 39999,
    'Object port number is invalid for this protocol.');

  // no exception raised... continue processing.
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