[RESOLVED] Code with no errors, but does not work?
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    resolved [RESOLVED] Code with no errors, but does not work?

    Hello,

    A code in a button component, was working, no error(s) whatsoever, until yesterday. Any update on the code, adding new action code lines (tested the code, the result no error in the trace window) ; the strange thing is that the new code bahaves, in terms of its function, like as if no new action-code-lines were added?!

    Anyone facing such an issue before?

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    Without looking at anything the only thing I can think of is the fact you're using a component. To get anything more you'll have to provide more details.
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    Hello,

    Let's say;

    inside the btn. component, is this following code (represents the original code):

    var x:Number;
    //x=1
    var y:Number;
    //y=3
    var z:Number;
    //z = 4
    z = x + y;
    _root.OutPutTxtField.text = z; // 4

    Now, the code was working well, no problem at all! Until the last two days,

    Any update on the original code seems invisible to the interpreter when the file was tested; as if the new update was not there, to illustarate that;

    Let's say;
    the z = x + y; was changed to z= x * y; saved and tested the file, no errors.

    now, the result was supposed to be as z = 1*3 = 3

    However. when file tested, the result was (4).

    To further show how strange what is happening; some code lines was removed. saved & tested the file; the result as if the original code was not altered in any way; as if some of the code lines was not removed.

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    Used an older copy of troubled-file, saved it on another location on the hard-drive, it has worked (no any of the weired stuff described above in the question).

    Probably, the file was corrupted while saving, or, saved on a bad sector hard drive.

    Thanks for anyone interacted/tried to interact with this thread!

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