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Robert Kondner

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False Error Displays  
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  Posted: Apr 2, 2017 12:11 PM
Hi,

I figured this would be a common thread but I could not find it.

At various times when working on an app the IDE display a huge number of false errors. They often go away on a compile or build.

They don't really bother me but it looks terrible when I try to convince a C programmer to consider Delphi.

Why do these happen. I need a good way to describe what is going on. Better yet is there any way to stop them?

Thanks,
Bob K.
Jeff Overcash (...

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  Posted: Apr 2, 2017 12:13 PM   in response to: Robert Kondner in response to: Robert Kondner
Robert Kondner wrote:
Hi,

I figured this would be a common thread but I could not find it.

At various times when working on an app the IDE display a huge number of false errors. They often go away on a compile or build.

They don't really bother me but it looks terrible when I try to convince a C programmer to consider Delphi.

Why do these happen. I need a good way to describe what is going on. Better yet is there any way to stop them?

Thanks,
Bob K.

This has been true since this was introduced. The parser for the structure
window is different than the actual compiler. A lot of people just turn the
feature off. I don't mainly because of what you mentioned it mostly self
corrects on a compile.

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