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Variable "g" causes error #477227
06/03/19 13:48
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When I replace in the Workshop1 Script the variable "c" with a "g", I get a "Wrong type..." error. Is this by design?

function main()
{
var a = 1;
var b = 2;
var g;
g = a + b;
printf("Result = %.f",g);
}

Re: Variable "g" causes error [Re: svenbob] #477228
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Yes, it is. That error is caused by using a variable that is already in use. They all can be found in variables.h - and "g" is the most important one.


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