Jones, appellant, had his suit against First National dismissed on the dual grounds of failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted and res judicata. This appeal enumerates as error, and argues, only the latter grounds; the former, failure to state a claim, is never attacked as incorrect. We affirm.
Matters not enumerated as error will not be considered on appeal (Rider v. State, 226 Ga. 14 (2) (172 SE2d 318) (1970)
) and are therefore presumed to be binding and correct. Nalley v. Aiken, 120 Ga. App. 535 (171 SE2d 377) (1969)
. "[A] judgment which is correct will not be reversed even if it were shown . . . that some incorrect reasons were cited as the basis for the judgment." Engineered Builders v. Lamar Nash Buick-Pontiac, Inc., 133 Ga. App. 141
, 143 (210 SE2d 179
) (1974). Thus it is not important whether the trial court was correct or not as to the res judicata element of the judgment; the judgment would be affirmed in either instance.