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Old January 19th, 2004, 03:41 PM
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Default Compier Error: procedure decleration does'nt match

I am using VB 6.0
I have MDI for that has 4 Menus
Previously few of the items of a menu have index
so I assign index to every item of all the menus
and it gave me error when I compile
"Procedure decleration doesnot match description of event or procedure having same name"

convention followed for assigning index is somthing like this
                                 index
Add 1
   itm 1 11
   itm 2 12
        subitm of itm2 121
        subitm of itm2 122
        subitm of itm2 123
   itm3 13
Delete 2
   itm 1 21
   itm 2 22
        subitm of itm2 221
        subitm of itm2 222
        subitm of itm2 223
   itm3 23
I assigned index because I want to diable mnu items for differant users according to their previllages.

So How to remove the error ........
It is due to the index I've given coz I've commented that sub and it gave me error on other sub and so on............


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I think the problem is in the menu event, that now requires an extra parameter (the menu item index). To find the error, start the application with a full compile (Ctrl+F5, as I recomend to do always instead of F5), and the IDE will show you the line with the compilation error.
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