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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Can some others confirm a 'Error in expression.' error in this example before I submit a bug report? If so this is ugly...

AutoIt version 3.3.1.3 beta

$val = DIE() + 1
ConsoleWrite($val & @CRLF)
; this one errors
$val = DIE() - 1
ConsoleWrite($val & @CRLF)

Func DIE()
    Return 5
EndFunc
Edited by wraithdu

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I can confirm it.

It happens only on the last call to DIE() and then only if it's a negative.


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Yep, that's correct. Crap. Once a few more people can confirm I'll post a bug. Oh, and my test was on Win7 RTM 32-bit.

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I get 6, 4, and 6, 11, 9, 4. Which is what I expected, should I get something else? What's returned for you?


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Also:

$val = DIE() + 1
ConsoleWrite($val & @CRLF)
$val = DIE(10) + 1
ConsoleWrite($val & @CRLF)
$val = DIE(10) - 1
ConsoleWrite($val & @CRLF)
; this one errors
$val = DIE() - 1
ConsoleWrite($val & @CRLF)

Func DIE($val = 5)
    Return $val
EndFunc
Same here on XP Pro SP3, works with Prod, fails on the last one only with Beta.

:)


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@snowmaker

What AutoIt version are you using? I specified in the original post the error is with beta 3.3.1.3.

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Production 3.2.12.1, so it seems to be a 'Beta Bug' I guess


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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

It looks like somebody was playing in the lexer/parser again. Well fuck.

Can somebody run back through the betas and see if it's broken in all of them or if it just appeared in a specific version?

Edit: snowmaker... please don't bother commenting if you can't even use a version released in the last year.

Edited by Valik

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

It looks like somebody was playing in the lexer/parser again. Well fuck.

Can somebody run back through the betas and see if it's broken in all of them or if it just appeared in a specific version?

Edit: snowmaker... please don't bother commenting if you can't even use a version released in the last year.

Works fine in 3.3.1.1 but broken in 3.3.1.2

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Same result here (XP x86 SP3): 3.3.1.1 works fine.


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God damn it.

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I just fix it.

For the time being you can add an unreferenced parameter $n=Die(0) -1

Sorry for the regression

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$val = DIE() + -1

is another workaround.

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Looks to be fixed in the new Beta 3.3.1.4 with XP Pro SP3:

>Running:(3.3.1.4):D:\Program Files\AutoIt3\beta\autoit3.exe "D:\Program Files\AutoIt3\Scripts\Test1.au3"    
6
11
9
4
+>16:24:48 AutoIT3.exe ended.rc:0

:)


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Yep, thanks for the quick fix!!

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