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 Ben Santiago
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Subject: RE: HOW TO: Export in Tab Delimited Format?
Thread ID: 33885 Message ID: 33909 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 7 Category: General VFP Topics
Date: Thursday, December 04, 2003 9:54:38 PM         
   


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> 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

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