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Subject: RE: Ben ... Let me know!
Thread ID: 33885 Message ID: 34086 # Views: 0 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 7 Category: General VFP Topics
Date: Monday, December 08, 2003 7:18:21 PM         
   


> >
> >
> > Ben,
> > What is the exact path and file name that you are trying to save to.......
> > I know in the other thread you stated that it is dynamic, however, I still feel that the problem is with the lcout.....there maybe a space in there.
> > If this is the case the path and file name needs to be in quotes hense it works by placing the path and file name in a sting and calling the string.
> > As everyone has mentioned, there is nothing wrong with the code, so it must be the path.
> >
> > Jez
>
> I honestly do not know why I have this error on our systems here. The error has nothing to do with the path of the string, because as I stated before, the error occurs durring design time. The variable has no "value" as of yet. When I try to save my code is when it tells me that there is an error in syntax. It's strange that other people can run that line of code without error, but at least I got a work around for now.
>
> -Ben
> Programmer
> Eastern Suffolk BOCES
> BSantiag@esboces.org

Did you try my suggestion of retyping it?

KTB

ENTIRE THREAD

HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format? Posted by Ben Santiago @ 12/4/2003 7:11:09 PM
RE: HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format? Posted by Ken Blum @ 12/4/2003 7:28:58 PM
RE: HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format? Posted by Ben Santiago @ 12/4/2003 7:34:43 PM
RE: HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format? Posted by Pete Sass @ 12/4/2003 8:05:10 PM
RE: HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format? Posted by Ben Santiago @ 12/4/2003 8:15:56 PM
RE: HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format? Posted by Ken Blum @ 12/4/2003 8:24:48 PM
RE: HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format? Posted by Ben Santiago @ 12/4/2003 8:28:06 PM
RE: HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format? Posted by Ken Blum @ 12/4/2003 8:43:33 PM
RE: HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format? Posted by Ben Santiago @ 12/4/2003 9:54:38 PM
Export in Tab Delimited Format? "follow up" Posted by Pete Sass @ 12/4/2003 11:39:56 PM
Ben ... Let me know! Posted by Jez Enefer-Mills @ 12/5/2003 9:58:48 AM
RE: Ben ... Let me know! Posted by Ben Santiago @ 12/8/2003 5:12:48 PM
RE: Ben ... Let me know! Posted by Ken Blum @ 12/8/2003 7:18:21 PM