compiler not catching bad exit within routine

Ali Lloyd ali.lloyd at livecode.com
Wed Dec 7 12:58:17 CET 2016


Or try this if the script is not supposed to have any non-ascii characters:

local tLineCount, tCPCount
repeat for each line tLine in <script>
add 1 to tLineCount
put 0 into tCPCount
repeat for each codepoint tCP in tLine
   add 1 to tCPCount
   get codepointToNum(tCP)
   if it > 127 then
      answer "codepoint" && it && "at" && tCPCount && "in line" &&
tLineCount
  end if
end repeat
end repeat


On Wed, Dec 7, 2016 at 11:21 AM Dave Kilroy <dave at applicationinsight.com>
wrote:

> Ah right I get it now
>
> Have you tried checking your script for invisible characters? Try copying
> the entire script to something like BBedit, selecting and copying it afresh
> there, deleting everything in the LiveCode script, saving it to ensure it's
> clean, pasting in the (hopefully cleaned) script from Bbedit and finally
> saving...
>
>
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