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Right turns to RIGHT and I get "Compile Error -Expected Array

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I am trying to use the Right function in a VB6 program. I have used it used many times before in other programs.

When I press the enter key after entering the code line, the word "Right" turns into "RIGHT" in all capital letters

The line is
[code] LongText = RIGHT(LongText, 2)
I have used Option Explicit to make sure all variables are correct.

When I run the entire program I get an the following error message "Compile error Expected Array " and the word "RIGHT" is highlighted.

To make the problem more interesting, if I replace the word "RIGHT" with "LEFT" i receive no error message.

In addition I have this portion of the program in another program and it works!!!! I have compared programs and see no difference. I have checked the references in both programs and they are the same.

O/S WinXP with VB6
Mar 18 '07 #1
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Just a quick glance and it looks like RIGHT is declared as an array somewhere in your code. What happens if you do a global search for the word 'right' in your code?
Mar 18 '07 #2

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You nailed it. I had "RIGHT" as a constant.


Thanks ......
Mar 18 '07 #3

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You nailed it. I had "RIGHT" as a constant.


Thanks ......
You are very welcome
Mar 18 '07 #4

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