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Invalid Qualifier - What Does this mean??

When I run my program this message appears:

"Compile error: Invalid Qualifier"

What does this mean? and how can I fix it?

thanks in advance!

rich

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  • KDivad LeahcimKDivad Leahcim Posts: 3,948Member
    : When I run my program this message appears:
    :
    : "Compile error: Invalid Qualifier"
    :
    : What does this mean? and how can I fix it?
    :
    : thanks in advance!
    :
    : rich
    :

    The "qualifier" is the first part of a name in dot notation. "Text1" in Text1.Text would be the qualifier, I think. I can't reproduce the error to be sure what it is, so I have to guess.

    Anyway, it often helps to see the line that is causing the error...
  • Richard2002Richard2002 Posts: 4Member
    : : When I run my program this message appears:
    : :
    : : "Compile error: Invalid Qualifier"
    : :
    : : What does this mean? and how can I fix it?
    : :
    : : thanks in advance!
    : :
    : : rich
    : :
    :
    : The "qualifier" is the first part of a name in dot notation. "Text1" in Text1.Text would be the qualifier, I think. I can't reproduce the error to be sure what it is, so I have to guess.
    :

    : Anyway, it often helps to see the line that is causing the error...

    If rootstring.Text = 6 And rootfret.Text = 0 Then

    it highlights the rootstring part of the line when the program compiles, does this help at all?

    :

  • KDivad LeahcimKDivad Leahcim Posts: 3,948Member
    : If rootstring.Text = 6 And rootfret.Text = 0 Then
    :
    : it highlights the rootstring part of the line when the program compiles, does this help at all?
    :

    I assume you are sure that "rootstring" is the correct name of the object/control? You could try placing the cursor on "rootstring" and hitting Ctrl+Space to make sure it's a recognized one...

    I'm afraid I can't help more than that, sorry.
  • FidzFidz Posts: 26Member
    [b][red]This message was edited by Fidz at 2003-9-21 19:35:35[/red][/b][hr]
    : : If rootstring.Text = 6 And rootfret.Text = 0 Then
    : :
    : : it highlights the rootstring part of the line when the program compiles, does this help at all?
    : :
    :
    : I assume you are sure that "rootstring" is the correct name of the object/control? You could try placing the cursor on "rootstring" and hitting Ctrl+Space to make sure it's a recognized one...
    :
    : I'm afraid I can't help more than that, sorry.
    :

    hi there
    how about this:
    [code]
    If rootstring.Text = "6" And rootfret.Text = "0" Then
    [/code]

    since it is going to be recognised as a string and not as an integer.....
    cheers


  • elatagawelatagaw Posts: 15Member
    hi guys!

    i have a problem also in "Invalid Qualifier"

    in my code, i have a procedure to format an excel cells.

    at first, there's no error but this morning whden i going to compile my vb6 project the error existed. how come?

    e.g.

    Range(col, row).selected
    [color=Red]Selection[/color].verticalline = xnone
    ...
    ..
    .

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