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  1. Hello, I have been using Image Search UDF without any issue, but today when I went to run the script I have been using for a few months now, I received the following error. How can I determine where the issues lies? Any suggestions on what the issue might be? As far as I can tell, the variable has been declared. I included the function from the UDF. Thanks! "c:\install\include\_ImageSearch_UDF.au3" (117) : ==> Variable used without being declared.: If (FileExists($ImageSearchDLL_Path) = 0) Then _ImageSearch_CheckDLL() If (FileExists(^ ERROR
  2. I have a script , during compilation and test execution, it worked perfectly but sometimes I am getting error as "Variable used without being declared." I understood somewhere in the branching logic this is happening. But not able to find it exactly. As I am using multiple include statements.the line number is also not giving accurately. Can anyone suggest what is the approach to resolve this?
  3. It might not need to be fixed, but I found it strange that Const are not checked first, before everything else. I wrote a UDF and I used/declared a Const variable in the main script, but when I went to compile the script, I got a warning message stating that my variable was not declared in one of my included UDFs, yet I declared it in the main script. Once I put the Const variable declaration above the include statement for the UDF, the warning went away. I guess I thought that Const variables would be declared first above all else, as they are constants? With that in mind, a UDF that declares
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