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I keep getting a script error on a line that doesn't exist

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How do you check a script error on a line that doesn't exist?

I only have a bit more then 300 lines but the error is on line 1359.

are lines from included files also counted?

If so, the error is coming from a constants file.

can anybody help me with this?

FYI : the error only occurs when opening the exe file on a citrix session (not a normal computer)

It states:

AutoIt Error

Line 1359 (File: "H:sdsslvpn.exe"):

Error: Variable used without begin declared.

If needed I can upload the script

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Hi,

Download the SciTE4AutoIt package which runs Au3Check just before your script and it will tell you the errors in the console.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I'll try that thank you :)

EDIT: seems like I was already using the Au3Check before compiling (on my workstation), but I can't install anything in our citrix environment so I don't think i can check it there.

Edited by colombeen

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If Eagleboy was here he would say:

 

Factfinder,

If you compile the script using Au3Stripper then SciTE4AutoIt3 removes all the blank lines and unused functions/variables before compiling the stripped file. You can then compare the number returned by the complied error MsgBox directly with that file and so find the errant variable. :)

M23

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oh it was such a stupid problem... I declared a variable within an if-else structure, but when it wouldn't go into the if-else structure, the variable wasn't declared so shame on me for not seeing it earlier.

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