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<Undeclared> being appended to string variable values.

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Hi - I've googled, site googled this site, searched this site, read the FAQ's, the variable tutorials, and I'm sorry, just not finding this....

I'm just trying to declare a string variable:

Local $summaryString2 = ""

results in a value of <Undeclared> being shown in the watch window of the debugger for the actual value of $summaryString2.

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When I set the string to a new value:

$summaryString2 = ControlGetText("Missing Folder","","[CLASS:WindowsForms10.STATIC.app.0.378734a; INSTANCE:5]")

If the value of the above form is "hello", then $summaryString2's new value is:

hello<Undeclared>

Help, please!!!!!

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Looks like an issue with the debugger you're using.

Can you replicate the problem with a small script that you can post here?


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Bingo - nice catch- thank you very much!

AutoIt Debugger Version 0.27.0.0

(I dropped MsgBox's on both sides of the string variable, and simply ran it.)

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