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Duplicate Definition

I have entered a program in my computer off of the net and when I hit F5 it says "Duplicate Definition". After searching for a while, I cannot locate the problem. It has also done this on a program I am writing now. After searching all of my QBasic materials I find nothing. Can anyone help?






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  • Hello



    Most likely you have two variables with

    the same name but which are declared as

    different data types..

    like:



    DIM x AS INTEGER

    DIM x AS SINGLE



    wont work because you have already declared

    x AS an INTEGER



    Or perhaps you are trying to create

    a SUB, FUNCTION that already is a QB command




  • dcromleydcromley Posts: 1Member
    Referring to a SUB as a value gives this error.
    E.g.
    IF asdf THEN STOP
    SUB asdf
    END SUB
    (9 years late)
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