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Posted on 2011-09-22
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Guy's, here's another one:

                If m IsNot Nothing AndAlso m.Success Then
                    .Action = Conversion.Val(m.Value)
                Else
                    .Action = SIM.Charge.Command.Credit_Sale
                End If
 .Action = Val(m.Value) converts to .Action = Conversion.Val(m.Value)
Help says there is an explicit conversion

Thanks guys!!
Don't know what I would do without Expert Exchange!!

Jerry
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by:jmnf
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Do you want to know exactly why is there an explicit conversion? I don't really understand your question.

if (m != null && m.Success) {
	.Action = Conversion.Val(m.Value);
}
else {
	.Action = SIM.Charge.Command.Credit_Sale;
}

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by:JDL129
ID: 36583862
imnf!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks for the response!


Use of the word Conversion gives me an error:Cannot implicitly convert type 'double' to SIM.Charge.Command. An explicit conversion exists (Are you missing a cast)?

Jerry



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by:jmnf
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Not an expert in c#, but enlighten us more please....

what is .Action?
where does it comes from?
Does the code has a "with something" before the if?
Is "Action" an Enum type?

(too many questions on my part)
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by:JDL129
ID: 36584040
.Action is a method of a of SIM.dll
I don't know if it is an Enum type.
It doesn't have a "with something" before the if
It looks as if the code is trying to convert the value of m to a double.

m = System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex.Match(action, "^([\\s\\d]+)");

That's about the best I can do..Not an expert in .Net just a newbie!!

Thanks!!

Jerry
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jmnf earned 125 total points
ID: 36584130
I'm out of ideas, it just seems to be a verifone payware library, but no documentation on it, as a random suggestion/idea, remove the dot before Action OR add SIM before the dot.
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imnf!!!!!

Thanks for all your help!!

Jerry
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