This message was edited by infidel at 2005-8-31 15:16:28
: : : "Line" is the name of a type of control. My guess is the compiler is confused as to whether you are referring to your array or the built-in type.
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: : Damn :-S I think you are probably right about that :-S. It's always annoying to see the limitations of VB...
: : I'd advise you change the name. I know of no other way...
: : (Line is also a function of a Form)
It was probably the Line method of the form that was causing the naming conflict rather than the Line control. I've seen too many coders I work with who declare variables with the same name as the class of object they are instantiating like this:
Dim clsFoobar As clsFoobar
VB actually allows this idiocy.
$ select * from users where clue > 0
no rows returned