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Old November 3rd, 2004, 07:17 AM
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Line numbers are very useful if you're using compiled databases (mde 's or ade's) and your users are using the runtime version of Access.

Runtime Access can often generate errors that do not occur whilst using the full version and having line numbers to pinpoint errors is a life saver.

The line numbering is a minor component of FMS's Code Tools package. It's most useful features include procedure templates, error trap templates and code cleaning. I bought a copy and have never regretted the investment.


Brian Skelton
Braxis Computer Services Ltd.