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Burgs

Greetings,

This should be an easy question. I'm getting a "Variable used without being declared" error. I know what that means, but I don't know what the variable is or where to declare it. I'm just declaring variables on the first line of the script, don't know if that is OK or not. Where is the error output so I can see what the variable is that is causing the problem(s)? Thank you.

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monoceres

Greetings,

This should be an easy question. I'm getting a "Variable used without being declared" error. I know what that means, but I don't know what the variable is or where to declare it. I'm just declaring variables on the first line of the script, don't know if that is OK or not. Where is the error output so I can see what the variable is that is causing the problem(s)? Thank you.

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Jos

You get this error when running the Compiled version of the script ?

Try running the source and you will get more information.


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Burgs

Thank you. It seems it is a string causing the trouble, how are strings properly declared, I see info in the help for variables (Dim) but not strings...?

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monoceres

Thank you. It seems it is a string causing the trouble, how are strings properly declared, I see info in the help for variables (Dim) but not strings...?

A variable in autoit is a variant which means that it can hold almost everything :)

Declaring a string is no different than declaring a int.

So Dim, Local or Global will do just fine :)

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Jos07

can you show what are you doing with your code ?


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Burgs

Thank you. The Dim seems to correct it.

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