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Possible error in VB6 Compiler

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Submitted on: 2/6/2015 6:20:00 AM
By: Marco v/d Berg (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 9 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     This is possebly an error in the VB6 compiler but i have turned it into a way to find out if you are in the IDE or Compiled version.

 
				Just simple arithmatic can give different values in IDE-mode ore EXE-mode.
Insert this piece of code into a module and call the function IsIde.
it will return true if the programm is running in IDE-mode and false if running in EXE-mode (Compiled).
Take a look at the code and find out if this is an error or not.

Option Explicit
Private Test As Long
Public Function IsIde() As Boolean
 Test = 4
 Test = (Test + 1 + GetVal)
 If Test = 9 Then IsIde = True
'Test will give 9 if IDE and 10 if EXE
'This can be done with any initial value but ofcourse you get other results
End Function
Private Function GetVal() As Long
 GetVal = 4
 Test = Test + 1
End Function


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