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Nice one!   ok..  I have the most current version and that's when the trouble started.    But,  additional info...

I just removed #include<date.au3> from the mix and that seems to have alleviated the issue.  I am testing now..

I didn't use ubound() but I did change the 147 to a variable.  and my ultimate plan is to use an external file to populate an array.  So I don't have to worry about listing elements IN the script. 

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I spoke too soon,  still crashing with the win32 error

 

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Reread your issues, and imagine you are one of us. Errors occur for a reason, and they are specific to something, but you have provided no details. What do you expect other than a comment like this asking for more info?  Add a code snippet that we can run and reproduce the issue with.


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Just now, jdelaney said:

Add a code snippet that we can run and reproduce the issue with.

Good luck with that, might need WikiLeaks to get anything useful to work with.


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Agreed, he could easily annonimize his code as a small reproducing snippet, but if he just wants to spin his tires,  so be it


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Posted (edited)
On 5/22/2019 at 2:21 PM, HTRN said:

Oh, that is a given but,  I am simply the script Guy, he is the money guy with the idea..  So.....  I currently have to defer to him.   

 

Then go ask him what the problem is if you’re not willing to share your code because this is ridiculous

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@Earthshine, So what do you really think about this topic?  
You could choose to do like I do, just ignore the topic when people aren't prepared to being helped. ;) 

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