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Error: Only Object-type variables allowed in a "With" statment.

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I am experiencing some troubles with a with statement..?!

However, it works fine on my own PC, but when i try to use the following code on another PC it will crash with the error message:

Error: Only Object-type variables allowed in a "With" statment.

Anyone has an idea what causes this error to occur? I mean, it works perfectly on my PC. Other PC's tested are same OS (XP) and also tried on a Win7 PC which gives the same problem. I deliberately made a function for "AddToList" (normally the code in that function was within the With-statement but since the error I tried to use (outside)variables in a function outside the statement.) Doesn't work tho.

With $TableContents
   While Not .EOF
      $Name = .Fields ("Name").value
      $m_ID = .Fields("m_id").value


func AddToList()

  if stringleft($Name, stringlen($filter)) = $filter then
      GUICtrlCreateListViewItem($Name & "|" & $m_ID , $LVsource)

The other PC's (2x winXP and 1x Win7 also have AutoIT installed, so that shouldn't be the problem either... is it true you cannot use ANY other variable within a WITH statement? Also no function calls? And if so, then why does it work on my PC?


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