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I can't seem to find any documentation as to what the HTERR_* in the
HTErrorElement mean. Certainly most of them are obvious but there are
some, e.g. HTERR_CLASS, which I can't fathom.

Also, how can I know what is in the "void* par" of the HTError struct?
I mean, how can I know whether par points to a string or some other



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