Syntax
typedef enum {
  VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_SUCCESS = 0,
  VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_ALREADY_OPEN = 1,
  VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_ERROR_NO_RESOURCE = -1,
  VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_ERROR_REGISTER = -2,
  VM_GSM_CELL_RESULT_MAX = 0x7FFFFFFF
} VM_GSM_CELL_RESULT;
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VM_GSM_CELL_RESULT
Syntax
typedef enum {
  VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_SUCCESS = 0,
  VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_ALREADY_OPEN = 1,
  VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_ERROR_NO_RESOURCE = -1,
  VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_ERROR_REGISTER = -2,
  VM_GSM_CELL_RESULT_MAX = 0x7FFFFFFF
} VM_GSM_CELL_RESULT;
Description

Cell open result

File

vmgsm_cell.h

Members
Members 
Description 
VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_SUCCESS = 0 
Opens successfully. 
VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_ALREADY_OPEN = 1 
Already opened. 
VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_ERROR_NO_RESOURCE = -1 
Lack of resource. 
VM_GSM_CELL_OPEN_ERROR_REGISTER = -2 
Registration error. 
VM_GSM_CELL_RESULT_MAX = 0x7FFFFFFF 
Forces the compiler to use 4-byte integer for enum. 
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