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"badly formatted function"

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no idea why this is coming up as a badly formatted function.. first time i see this error =/

Func Run()
Local $location, $L, $device, $d
$location = IniReadSectionNames(@UserName & "\devices.ini")
If IsArray($location) Then
    For $L = 1 To $location[0]
        $device = IniReadSection(@UserName & "\devices.ini", $location[$L])
        If IsArray($device) Then
            For $d = 1 To $device[0][0]

Ping($device[$d][1])

    If @error Then
     $status="OFFLINE"
    EndIf

    If Not @error Then
     $status="ONLINE"
    EndIf
 
FileWrite($statusfile, '' &@CRLF & _
                 $location[$L] & "," & $device[$d][0] & "," & $status) 

           Next
        Else
            MsgBox(16, "Error", "There was an error reading section: " & $location[$L] & @CRLF & "Section Number was: " & $L)
        EndIf
    Next
Else
    MsgBox(16, "", "Error occurred, probably no INI file.")
EndIf
EndFunc

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There is already a Run() function built into AutoIt3, friend; AutoIt is telling you that it doesn't like the name you've chosen.


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got it!

lol

thanks =>

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got it!

lol

thanks =>

You can usually solve that by adding an underscore

Func _Run()


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