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Why do i get this error when I call my Perl code?

Global symbol "$nTotalErrors" requires explicit package name at .... line 150


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Need to more of the code.  Could be as simple as a missing semicolon.
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by:Tolgar
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I figured out. Wrong call to the function

Thanks though
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