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Christopher Blue

Errors while compiling scripts.

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I often get many errors when compiling a script that ran fine before. Oddly enough, if I tell the compiler not to stop the program compiles and runs fine. I double check to make sure I have the beta compiler selected (since I program using the beta methods and whatnot).

How can I eliminate these errors?

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Hi,

thanks for telling us. :)

Where is the question?

So long,

Mega


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I often get many errors when compiling a script that ran fine before. Oddly enough, if I tell the compiler not to stop the program compiles and runs fine. I double check to make sure I have the beta compiler selected (since I program using the beta methods and whatnot).

How can I eliminate these errors?

Well there is no beta atm... the newset release is never than the beta.. And if your compiler says theres error you should have a look at the place in the text... There might be something you overlooked...

There is a reason why the compiler complain, and its not something you should overlook, like when one of the lamps in your car flashes red.. it often means take me to service even though it runs fine... for now :)


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How can I eliminate these errors?

If it allows the script to continue to compile, then it is warnings. Without viewing the warnings displayed then it is differcult to help.

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