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Posted on 2006-07-19
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Why am I getting expected ; when I have one?

        try
        {
            objReader = New StreamReader("C:\\inetpub\\wwwroot\\search\\SearchRestults.aspx");
            strContents = objReader.ReadToEnd();
            objReader.Close();
            return new MyVirtualFile("Search/", strContents);
        }
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by:DarkXiphoid
ID: 17137722
Hmm, the bit of code seems fine, no missing ;'s. Do you have a catch or finally?  you must always use either "catch" of "finally" after a try, else it won't compile.

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by:dba123
ID: 17137867
yea, the ... means I have the rest there

    public override System.Web.Hosting.VirtualFile GetFile(string virtualPath)
    {
        String strContents;
        StreamReader objReader;  
        try
        {
            objReader = New StreamReader("C:\\inetpub\\wwwroot\\search\\SearchRestults.aspx");
            strContents = objReader.ReadToEnd();
            objReader.Close();
            return new MyVirtualFile("Search/", strContents);
        }
        catch (Exception Ex)
        {
            return Ex.Message;
        }
    }
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by:dba123
ID: 17137915
well I don't think it recognizes the method StreamReader.  I get that little helper underscore thingy in VS 2005 asking me if I want to create a message stub for StreamReader.  Usually this means the complier doesn't recognize it.  I have using System.IO at the top so I don't know what the deal is.
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e1v earned 500 total points
ID: 17138209
It's because uou are using "New" with a capital N !

Use "new" instead
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by:dba123
ID: 17138217
still getting used to C#, thanks.
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