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Variable being used without being declared

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My script has a GUI that has a start button. When someone hits start it runs the function of a loop that I want to run. When I hit start though, it says Line 1331, Error: Variable being used without being declared. The weird thing is, I only have 200 lines of code. What causes something like this to happen?

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You have a variable you're trying to access before you have declared it. Also, if you have any #include lines in your script, that will add to the line listed as the error line.


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So how do I find out which one it is if it doesn't tell me? I checked the script that I wrote 3 times and I've declared all variables in it. The #include lines were from the GUI I made with Koda

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