Y is a character vector containing an APL expression.

The function executes the expression in Y exactly as it would be executed by the monadic Execute primitive function ⍎, but handles shy results of the execution rather differently.

The left argument X determines how a shy result from the execution of Y is treated and is either 0 or 1.

If X is 1, and the expression in Y returns an explicit result, R is that result. If the expression in Y returns no result or returns a shy result, the function signals ERROR 85. Effectively, a shy result is discarded.

If X is 0, and the expression in Y returns an explicit result or a shy result, R is that result (but is no longer shy). If the expression in Y returns no result, the function signals ERROR 85.

#### Examples

⍎'a←42' ⎕← ⍎'a←42' ⍝ shy result 42 0 (85⌶) 'a←42' ⍝ not shy 42 1 (85⌶) 'a←42' ERROR 85 1(85⌶)'a←42' ∧