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Error: Invalid Procedure call or argument

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I run a program which read emails from a text file. There is some thing
invalid in one or more text file. When program is busy doing parsing it
shows that error and process stop. I dont know which text file has that
error. Is it possible that i can handle that error during processing
some thing i mean ignore line, email so that my process will not be
interrupt.
Error: Invalid Procedure call or argument
Run time error 5
I want to handle this error by means of skip that line, email or any
thing but not to stop the parsing.

Aug 11 '06 #1
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Might help maybe just a little bit if you let us in on a BIG secret.
The actual CODE that's causing the error. Think of this NG this way...
if you want an answer you can use, provide just enough information so
that anyone reading your post can at least accurately recreate the
problem you're having. Otherwise you're pissing in the wind.

Aug 11 '06 #2

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ON Error Resume Next, maybe?

Aug 11 '06 #3

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pi********@hotmail.com wrote in news:1155265184.830339.248180
@i3g2000cwc.googlegroups.com:
Might help maybe just a little bit if you let us in on a BIG secret.
The actual CODE that's causing the error. Think of this NG this way...
if you want an answer you can use, provide just enough information so
that anyone reading your post can at least accurately recreate the
problem you're having. Otherwise you're pissing in the wind.
I like you, Piet.

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Lyle Fairfield
Aug 11 '06 #4

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Lyle Fairfield wrote:
pi********@hotmail.com wrote in news:1155265184.830339.248180
@i3g2000cwc.googlegroups.com:
Might help maybe just a little bit if you let us in on a BIG secret.
The actual CODE that's causing the error. Think of this NG this way...
if you want an answer you can use, provide just enough information so
that anyone reading your post can at least accurately recreate the
problem you're having. Otherwise you're pissing in the wind.

I like you, Piet.

--
Lyle Fairfield
LOL. Why's that? Because I'm starting to sound like you? Or am I the
only one that gets tired of listening to "it doesn't work [but I was
too lazy to (a) check the help file (b) test things out (c) provide a
complete description of what's going on... Maybe that's the burned out
tech support geek in me coming out.

Aug 11 '06 #5

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You're not the only one, it's just that the rest of us are so mature we
never let our feelings overcome our desire to help. (Phht, yeh, right!)

I can't think of any regular (or slightly irregular) contributor who doesn't
think that.

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Terry Kreft
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news:11**********************@74g2000cwt.googlegro ups.com...
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Lyle Fairfield wrote:
pi********@hotmail.com wrote in news:1155265184.830339.248180
@i3g2000cwc.googlegroups.com:
Might help maybe just a little bit if you let us in on a BIG secret.
The actual CODE that's causing the error. Think of this NG this
way...
if you want an answer you can use, provide just enough information so
that anyone reading your post can at least accurately recreate the
problem you're having. Otherwise you're pissing in the wind.
I like you, Piet.

--
Lyle Fairfield

LOL. Why's that? Because I'm starting to sound like you? Or am I the
only one that gets tired of listening to "it doesn't work [but I was
too lazy to (a) check the help file (b) test things out (c) provide a
complete description of what's going on... Maybe that's the burned out
tech support geek in me coming out.

Aug 11 '06 #6

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