I think it is a "random" error due to execution flow. I will try to explain me.
In some cases, when execution VEE flow is not wholly fixed, two different object can be executed with the same priority: object A and object B. Executing first one or other depends on the way/time each of them were written. That is: if normally VEE execute first object A than object B, you can cut/paste objects and then VEE execute first object B than object A.
Of course, maybe you think that object A is going to be executed first that B and then the program is constructed in this way and works fine. But if this is not true and object B is executed first, program fails.
This is a "random" error due to control flow is not fixed. They are not very easy to understand: for example, the program that runs fine until now does not work and only a new object has been added. What happen? Probably the program has a hidden bug related to execution flow is not fixed.
Hope this help
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> De: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Enviado el: mircoles, 23 de abril de 2003 9:31
> Para: VEE vrf
> Asunto: [vrf] Strange Error with showPanel builtIn Function
> Hello List,
> We do have a strange behaviour with the showPanel function,
> and hope, that
> somebody does have an explanation.
> When opening a vee file, the first run is resulting in an errormessage
> Input mismatch error, expected 0 got 5 input arguments
> For a showPanel command.
> When cutting and pasting the block, where this command is
> included the error
> is gone, and the program works fine.
> Then we are doing a save, to make sure, that the changes (what ever is
> changed) are saved.
> But when closing and reopening the programm the error pops up again.
> Does anybody know, where this comes from, and how to overcome
> this problem ?
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