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How to deal with syntax error in official #include file WinAPIError.au3?

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I've got AutoIt v3.3.12.0 installed.  I'm trying to finish up a new script that includes some WinAPI calls, but when I try to build it or perform a syntax check, I get some nasty syntax errors from a file in the official AutoIt includes folder: "WinAPIError.au3".

(By the way, my code always has "MustDeclareVars" enabled/set to 1)

I've attached a screen cap of the error messages.  Am I doing something wrong?  What is the proper way to deal with this?



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Post the smallest reproducer please. Also copying the SciTe output pane would help.

Edited by jchd

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Never mind!  Apparently the problem was a result of some kind of code-nesting error on my part.  When I fixed that, the error went away...

I apologize for wasting your time, jchd


Post the smallest reproducer please.

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