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Howto : Never forget your variables again [my take]

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Submitted on: 2/6/2015 10:13:00 AM
By: grigri (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 4 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     To judge from some recent submissions, some people forget their variables!
This is my take on how to avoid this, by making an IDE addin that shows a list of your private variables when you press a hotkey (Ctrl+m).
It's not perfect, but it could be a good starting point for other IDE enhancements, if anyone's interested :)

 
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8/2/2017 6:04:34 PMEvariste Galois

Are you saying they're posting code without Option Explicit? I've always wondered what would have happened if Microsoft had a v7.0 which didn't require Option Explicit but would simply stop with something like, "Error: Missing " and simply refuse to go any further until it's corrected. I'm sure it would freak some people out who have no clue as to what "Option Explicit" is for or why you should have to declare variables, "But the code runs!"
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