diverging-recursion-error ( word -- * )
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Vocabulary
stack-checker.errors

Error description
Thrown when stack effect inference determines that a recursive word might take an arbitrary number of values from the stack.

Notes
Such words do not have a static stack effect and most likely indicate programmer error.

Examples
: diverging-recursion-example ( -- ) [ diverging-recursion-example f ] when ; inline recursive


Definition


Methods

M: diverging-recursion-error summary
word>> name>> "The recursive word “"
"” digs arbitrarily deep into the stack" surround ;