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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by lee6, Jan 18, 2003.

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  1. lee6

    lee6 Thread Starter

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    :eek:
    i'm getting an error :mad:
    "but i don't care :rolleyes: ",
    i just wont to exit sub or Function and carry on
    :confused:
    Winsock2.SendData s..T

    error # : 126
    severity : 15
    description : Cannot nest CREATE PROCEDURE statements


    Thanks, Lee :cool:
     
  2. AbvAvgUser

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    There are many people around here who will be able to sort out your problem. But from your post, it is not clear what the problem is and what you are looking for.

    Please be more specific and clear so that TSG members can apply their collective wisdom on your problem. :)
     
  3. lee6

    lee6 Thread Starter

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    my problem is ,I don't know how to work wiht errors.

    i whont to step over the error and end the sub
    or note the error and end the sub
    wiht out stopping and " wiht out MsgBox !"
    maybe like this

    Private Sub trysendit ()
    On Error GoTo f_ _it:

    Winsock2.SendData s..T
    :eek: error # 126

    f_ _it:
    List1.AddItem "data not sent to " & x
    Err.Clear
    trysendit :p
    end sub
     
  4. AbvAvgUser

    AbvAvgUser

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    Sorry buddy, I am still not able to understand clearly what you want. May be because of some typing errors from your side.

    Ok let me make a guess here. You want to keep doing a particular thing till it is done without an error!! Right?

    Try to be as clear as possible.
     
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