ERROR #1010 Invalid Search String

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  • #21284
    HOTLNC
    Participant

    I get this error if I try to search for “error[“. I’m using a PIC assembler and Multi Edit is given a error line number in the macro that was called, not a line number in the assembly file. If the macro is used multiple times, I cannot find the assembly line that has the error. Hence, I search the listing file for error[ and then I’m able t o9 see where the error is located in the assembly file, not the macro file.

    This method of finding error previously worked and not give the above error message. I had to recover Multi-Edit Version 11.03.00 a few weeks ago and must have screwed up something.

    #21286
    Clay Martin
    Keymaster

    Hi,
    Is this an error that is occuring when you do a Search-Find… or as part of error processing for a compiler setup? I did not find the PIC assembler in the compiler/program type list. Did you add this yourself? Version 11.04 is the most current. You might try Help-Check for upgrade.

    Thanks,
    Clay

    #21287
    HOTLNC
    Participant

    This error happens when I fill in the search field with “error[” and then tell it to search. I instantly get the error message #1010.

    The error processing I’m using is a build in one: look at “CCC PIC 2.03 Compiler”.

    I cannot find any list of error messages in the HELP file.

    Thanks,

    #21288
    tlscales
    Participant

    In the search dialog, is the Regular Expression radio button selected for Type? If it is, try changing to Literal.

    #21289
    Clay Martin
    Keymaster

    Thanks Tim,
    That was my next question.
    Clay

    #21290
    HOTLNC
    Participant

    I have the following setting:

    Under Customize; Search: Regular Expression Type — Classic Button is Set
    Under Customize; Search, Find: Type — Literal Button is set

    “Error[” Does not work — generates error message 1010
    “Error]” highlights and loads “error”. “]” left out of highlight and load
    “Error}” Does not work — generates error message 1010
    “Error{” Does not work — generates error message 1010
    “Error:” Works Fine
    “Error(” Works Fine

    #21292
    tlscales
    Participant

    In the Find tab of the Search dialog (not the Customize dialog), what is Type set to? I can duplicate your results, bit only if I set the type in the Find tab to Regular Expression – works as expected if set to Literal.

    I suspect you have overridden the defaults from the customize dialog in your search dialog.

    #21294
    HOTLNC
    Participant

    Yep, that did it. Thanks.

    I did not realize there was an different area to change options. I ASSumed the Customize and Tool bar areas were common.

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