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Hint messages from the macro compiler indicate that the macro being compiled has some unnecessary code.


This can either result in an inefficient (slow) macro, or could be the sign that there is a logical bug in your macro.


The causes for this can be diverse:


Variable declared but never used.

Value affected to a variable never used.

Essential system variables such as sRESULT and bRESULT, not used anywhere in the macro.


Hint messages from the compiler are not fatal.


See also: compiler warnings and compiler errors.


Topic 127700, last updated on 14-Oct-2023