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Debugger NOT Debuggin' (It's Blank...)

Debugger NOT Debuggin' (It's Blank...) in ObjectPAL topic (part of our Corel Paradox / ObjectPAL Coding group).

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Lothar.K
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Hello,

I just entered a breakpoint in some code I have, but then, when I ran the code, the Debugger dialog launched, but it did not populate. It is completely blank.

I have no idea how to proceed (but I do have a large mallet at the ready.)

Thanks for any suggestions,

Lothar

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have you re-saved? re-opened paradox? rebooted?

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Lothar.K
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Hi Steven,

The problem turned out to be a SMALLint designated variable, that had grown to require LONGint designation.

Many thanks,

Lothar

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shouldn't that have simply thrown the "mismatched parameters" error, or something similar, instead of stopping dead in its tracks?

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Hi Steven,

(I am not positive about my specific steps but) Yesterday, when I saw the completely blank debugger, I may have rebooted.

Today, when it happened again, I closed the debugger, and saw an error dialog saying something that told me I had declared a var to be a SmallInt, but it had become too large. Changing the declaration to LongInt seems to have made the debugger happy at this point.

There are still some odd issues with the code, so I might be getting back to you on this thing.

Many thanks, as before, 

Lothar

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