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I have two different VB6 projects.
I want to re-use one class module from project A, so I opened the project B and selected "Add Class Module" to add the moda.cls file. But when I tried to compile project B, the following error occur:

Set  moda  = New moda
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"Compile error: Variable not defined"

Why? How can I fix this error?
Thank You.

raymng
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 400 total points
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Do you have somewhere the moda variable declared?

For problem like this, you should have the following line on top of each module:
OPTION EXPLICIT
this requests that you have every variable declare before you can use it in code.

CHeers
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by:Raymond
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Oh, thanx!
I overlooked this.
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by:GoodJun
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Don't use the same name with variable and class

dim objmoda as moda
Set  objmoda  = New moda
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