When I saw this I correctly guessed it was a typo of the new version of an old friend. The error message in Pan6 was worded differently, but had been generated from an
addlines statement in my code. Sure enough my code had stopped right there. Then
Open View… showed me
generatedataarray( within the code for
addlines. Cool! The error message was deserved and fine, other than its typo. Jim can correct the function’s spelling there with two keystrokes.
My program logic was asking to add negative 15000 lines to a database via a bad value in my variable for
addlines’ start parameter. Not so cool, but a problem I’ve seen before. I don’t need help debugging it, I just need to rethink my code awhile.