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Unreasonable Error (solved)

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turbox

I have this line of code:

$NUMBERS[$cooords[$x][0]][$cooords[$x][1]] = GUICtrlRead($txt[$x + ($m-1)*9])

And when i run the program ( not when i do a syntax check ) is throwing me out an error:

'Expected a "=" operator in assignment statement.:'

Can somebody help me?

(i didn't declare the var earlier)

Edited by vakis

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monoceres

You need to post more code.


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LurchMan

I have this line of code:

$NUMBERS[$cooords[$x][0]][$cooords[$x][1]] = GUICtrlRead($txt[$x + ($m-1)*9])

from that one line i can see that you dont have the 2 coord parms grouped together, look below for what i mean:

$NUMBERS[$cooords[$x][0]] [$cooords[$x][1]] = GUICtrlRead($txt[$x + ($m-1)*9])

so in this space it would be expecting some sort of operator.


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