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vrf strLen and Count obj error

Question asked by warren.pickles on Mar 23, 2004
Noel,

Do you mean the "For Count" object or the "Counter" object?
If you mean "For Count", in the second example, change a[1:1] to a[1].
a[1:1] does not give you an individual array element; it gives you a 1
dimensional array with a single element.  Which is why For Count will not
accept it as input.

Warren


-----Original Message-----
From: Ingle, Noel C CAR [mailto:Noel.C.Ingle@carrier.utc.com]
Sent: 24 March 2004 14:17
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] strLen and Count obj error



text box -> strLen(str) -> Count               This works fine.
Count obj counts it up.
text array -> a[1:1] -> strLen(str) -> Count     Count obj doesn't like it.
Same for Range obj.

When input is from a Text Box object everything works.  When input is from
an individual array
element, the Count and Range objects error on it.

Thanks for your help.

Noel Ingle

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