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locals window debug question

Posted on 2002-04-06
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I`m trying to debug my app with locals window and the very first statement (witch parent is ME ) is
 : [_Default] : <Wrong number of arguments or invalid property assignment> : Object

does that mean the proggie is trying to assign a inproper value to ME object or what?
any ideas?

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Don't worry this is normal.  
So why does this happen?

This is just saying that Microsoft have added a hidden  Function/Property to the Form object called _Default.   The _Default procedure has been deliberately hidden from the Object browser which means that Microsoft don't want anybody to know about it. They just forgot to tell the programmer who created the Locals Window.
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damn .. thanks
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