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 From: Pete Sass
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 Marathon, Ontario
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 Pete Sass
 To: Ben Santiago
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Subject: Export in Tab Delimited Format? "follow up"
Thread ID: 33885 Message ID: 33911 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 7 Category: General VFP Topics
Date: Thursday, December 04, 2003 11:39:56 PM         
   


> >
> > Ben - you have 2 threads for this same issue. Please do not do that. I was thinking that someone else is having the same problem.
> >
> > As Eric points out in your other thread, there is nothing wrong with your statement. Must be something in lcout, or a hidden character in your source. Delete the entire block of code and retype it. Do not copy/paste as that will just copy the same bad characters.
> >
> > KTB
>
> First, I apologize for the double post.
>
> Second, I found a work around. Strangely, the command works in the Immediate Command window, but fails anywhere within my code, both in design when saving, and during runtime. I checked to make sure I have SP1, which I do. My work around was to place the entire line command into a string and Evaluate the string with the & command. It worked fine that way. I don't know why it doesn't work on my system one way and not the other. I tested it on another machine as well here in my office, thinking that maybe my system was flukey somehow. The 2nd system also crashed. Whether this is a bug of some sort, not sure, but at least I got a workaround for now.
>
> Thank you all for your help and time with this.
>
> P.S. If anyone else knows of, has had, can replicate, or repair this problem, let me know. It would just be nice to "know" what is going on with this. Thanks.... ;-)
> [I am using VFP 7.0 SP1 on a Win2000 System]
>
> -Ben
> Programmer
> Eastern Suffolk BOCES
> BSantiag@esboces.org


Hi,
Tried in VFP 8.0, VFP 7.0 and even back to VFP 5.0... all work on a Win2000-Pro workstation,
so you do some funny situation happening there.

Pete from the Great White North. (Only in Canada, ay.) Over and Out ...


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