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Determining line of code in compilied script

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BlackHoleSun

I had a script, and it has a bunch of includes, and when I run it I get a message saying "Line 1957 (File) Error: Variable used without being declared." My code is only 460 lines, so how do I translate the error line of 1957 into what it would actually be in my code?

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BrewManNH

Run AU3Check on the program before you compile it, that should show you where the error is. The line number from a compiled script isn't much use because of the included files. If you have obfuscated it, then you might be able to get the correct line from the <scriptname>_obfuscated.au3 file. I'm not sure if the lines in there correspond to the line number in a compiled script, but it's a place to start.


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BlackHoleSun

Run AU3Check on the program before you compile it, that should show you where the error is. The line number from a compiled script isn't much use because of the included files. If you have obfuscated it, then you might be able to get the correct line from the <scriptname>_obfuscated.au3 file. I'm not sure if the lines in there correspond to the line number in a compiled script, but it's a place to start.

That helped. I forgot to declare a variable globally. Thanks.

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4Eyes

BlackHoleSun,

You might want to make AutoItSetOption("MustDeclareVars", 1) your friend.

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