Language is not defined : [Token]

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Language is not defined : [Token]

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Q++ has encountered a token related to a LanguageTag for which you have not set a language in the Languages property of the current script. This run-time message should not come as a surprise, since it is always preceded by a corresponding design-time message.

 

The only case where this message can occur at run-time, but not at design-time, is if you are using tokens that specifically refer to a LanguageTag in a holiday name.

 

 

In the above example, Q++ cannot tell that you are attempting to use language b until it uses that holiday and then converts tokens inside that holiday, at run-time.


Topic 104087 updated on 11-Mar-2003.
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