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Posted 15-Jul-12 2:45am
Edited 15-Jul-12 3:42am
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Kenneth Haugland at 15-Jul-12 8:49am
   
Were did you get the code from? You should really ask the question to the developer, as this could be rather messy to correct...
OriginalGriff at 15-Jul-12 8:51am
   
Sorry, but you are unlikely to get it.
At least until you sort out that question.
Just dumping your entire file here is like saying "I can't be bothered - you sort it out" and is not likely to get many people to look at your problem. Would you want to wade through that much poorly comments code to try and work out what line your error is related to?
 
Edit your question, remove the code dump, and paste only the relevant code fragment. Somewhere between line 75 and 100 should be a start...
Use the "Improve question" widget to edit your question and provide better information.
WillzWazHere at 15-Jul-12 9:14am
   
Hi,

Sorry to all, I didn't mean to sound rude. This is my first post on here. Was really stuck and just needed some help. I have read all the errors and tried to fix it. If you can't help, its okay.

Thanks
OriginalGriff at 15-Jul-12 9:43am
   
As Wes said - we didn't say we "couldn't help" - just that we won't while you just dump the code on us and walk away.
Remember that nobody here gets paid to help, and that you don't get charged for help. The easier you make it for us to help you, the more help you are likely to get! :laugh:
Wes Aday at 15-Jul-12 8:53am
   
"Could do with some help".. Sure first thing is to chop this code dump down to some sort of reasonable size. Dumping all of your code on here to see if someone will debug it for you is rude.
Second thing is read the error. It tells you what the problem is and even tells you which line of code the error occurs on. Go to that line and fix whatever the error tells you.
WillzWazHere at 15-Jul-12 9:14am
   
Hi,

Sorry to all, I didn't mean to sound rude. This is my first post on here. Was really stuck and just needed some help. I have read all the errors and tried to fix it. If you can't help, its okay.

Thanks
Wes Aday at 15-Jul-12 9:20am
   
No one said that they *could not* help. No one is going to go through this mess line by line to try and figure out what you already know. I sure am not going to count your lines of code. What exactly do you not understand about the errors? Take this error for example, "No overload for method 'Update' takes 1 arguments" is very clear. You have an Update method and you are trying to call it somewhere with one argument and it does not take one argument.

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