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can any code get skipped?

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Hi, I made an access application. And in some cases, it gives me error.
And when I tried step by step execution, it worked fine. And every time
afterwards. But it gave me the wrong answer before I do the debug. Is
it possible that some code gets skipped?
Thanks, ming

Nov 21 '06 #1
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MLH
On 20 Nov 2006 23:14:25 -0800, "swingingming" <mi******@gmail.com>
wrote:
>Hi, I made an access application. And in some cases, it gives me error.
And when I tried step by step execution, it worked fine. And every time
afterwards. But it gave me the wrong answer before I do the debug. Is
it possible that some code gets skipped?
Thanks, ming
Normally, arbitrarily skipping lines of executable code is not the
kind of behaviour one might expect from a command processor.
What is more likely is that you are overlooking something. Seek
help, or help yourself more by posting your snippett here.
Nov 21 '06 #2

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swingingming wrote:
Hi, I made an access application. And in some cases, it gives me error.
And when I tried step by step execution, it worked fine. And every time
afterwards. But it gave me the wrong answer before I do the debug. Is
it possible that some code gets skipped?
Thanks, ming
Getting different results when stepping through code usually indicates
a timing problem. Rather than code getting skipped, the opposite can
happen -- other code continues on before something gets finished.
Stepping through code allowed whatever it was to finish before moving
on to the next line.

James A. Fortune
CD********@FortuneJames.com

Nov 21 '06 #3

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If it is a timing problem try DoEvents. Look up this keyword in Access
Help and see if it applies to your situation.

Good luck

Ed Marzan

swingingming wrote:
Hi, I made an access application. And in some cases, it gives me error.
And when I tried step by step execution, it worked fine. And every time
afterwards. But it gave me the wrong answer before I do the debug. Is
it possible that some code gets skipped?
Thanks, ming
Nov 22 '06 #4

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