Legos

Peter T. Evensen pevensen at siboneylg.com
Thu Sep 28 12:22:52 EDT 2006


This sounds like an argument FOR variable checking.

This is something I've learned to look for when my scripts aren't doing 
what I expect.  Invariably (hmm...pun intended?) I have mistyped a variable 
name.   One way that I have found this problem is in the variable watcher 
while stepping through a handler.  If two similarly named variables appear 
next to each other, I know I have misspelled it someplace.

At 10:54 AM 9/28/2006, you wrote:
>I think I should maybe stick with legos. As it turns out my problem
>with my code was that somewhere along the line I changed the variable
>name from mfile to mfilename. I don't remember doing it. I cannot
>believe I could not see it. Is it too much coffee or not enough?
>These are questions that will plague me for weeks to come.
>
>Thanks everyone for putting up with my ignorance.
>
>Bob Sneidar
>IT Manager
>Logos Management
>Calvary Chapel CM
>
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