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Posted on 2009-03-30
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Hi

I am getting error on this
assert(cellPosX < m_pageWidth);
Error --> Assetion Failed.
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Question by:KaranGupta
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It means that cellPosX is >= m_pageWidth
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Hi KaranGupta,

this assertion happens because cellPosX is equal or greater than m_pageWidth.

Where does the error occur? Is it your own source code?

ZOPPO
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Sorry alb66, you were faster ...
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Hey Zoppo, don't worry... I think we press submit at the same time... ;-)
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