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DLL Talk / problems with string table...

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Gen
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Posted: 20th Jan 2005 11:07
Quote: "Could not determine parameter type of 'MY COMMAND' at line 1"


I am trying to get it to return an integer. Here is the string from the string table:

Quote: "MY COMMAND[%L%?MyCommand@@YAHXZ"


Whats wrong?

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Narf The Mouse
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Posted: 20th Jan 2005 11:36
I had a simalar problem with the 'PRINT TEXT' example. Removing the space fixed it.

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Gen
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Posted: 20th Jan 2005 12:03
Still problems, same error...

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Narf The Mouse
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Posted: 20th Jan 2005 12:26
No clue then. C++ is confusing.

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Scilynt
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Posted: 20th Jan 2005 13:59
It might be how you're calling it from DBP. If you use...

My Command()

...on it's own, then you will get the error you mentioned. If however you do something like...

A = My Command()

or

Print My Command()

...the error should go away.
Gen
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Posted: 20th Jan 2005 14:10
I found out what it was,

I was doing this:
My Command

But needed this:
My Command()

But now I have this fix the compiler crashes i got a bug running around, must kill

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