Both nResult actions are set to "none" but value of nResult is <> 0

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Both nResult actions are set to "none" but value of nResult is <> 0

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This run-time message is generated if, after evaluating a macro token, Q++ notices the following conditions :

 

The value of nResult is different than 0.

 

Both the nResult Actions are set to None.

 

This means that you made the effort of calculating a value for nResult in your macro code, but you are not asking Q++ to do anything with it. This non-fatal message is there as a reminder, in case you forgot to set the resulting actions for nResult.


Topic 173800 updated on 11-Nov-2002.
Topic URL: http://www.qppstudio.net/webhelp/index.html?nresultactionsaresettono.htm