|Subject:||Re: Pdox suddenly wants quotes
|Date:||14 Nov 2018 01:23:48 -0400
|From:||"Kevin Zawicki" <email@example.com>
fldJobs = tbfMainSched.recSched.ApptNote
is this setting a variable (fldJobs) to equal a field object (tbfMainSched.recSched.ApptNote)?
fldJobs = tbfMainSched.recSched.ApptNote.value
Did you change compiler settings:
Compile with Debug
Peter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I have a form that has been working just ducky for many years. Today I
>had to make some simple changes which went fine. Upon pressing [F9] for
>syntax check, pdox started balking at any code reference to objects that
>did not have quotes.
>eg codeline: fldJobs = tbfMainSched.recSched.ApptNote
>Pdox highlighted ApptNote and the status bar msg was "Error: object
>I put quotes around ApptNote, pressed [F9]
>Then Pdox highlighted recSched and put up same error msg
>I put quotes arounf recSched and then everything was right with the
>q1) aren't quotes optional, just for readability?
>q2) why has this been working for so many years and now suddenly Pdox is
>complaining (I have always had compile warnings/debug turned on, always)
>Thank you for any insight