[thelist] Help Finding & Fixing VBScript Error... Arrrgghhh!

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Mon Mar 14 10:37:05 CST 2005


Thanks for the reply.

Sounds logical, but I can't seem to solve it. Removing
the <% on 365 gets me:

Microsoft VBScript compilation error '800a03f6' 

Expected 'End' 

/pay_paypal.asp, line 366 

Removing the one on 366 returns the same and removing
both yields:

Microsoft VBScript compilation error '800a03f6' 

Expected 'End' 

/pay_paypal.asp, line 360
Removing the <% from 357 gets us:

Microsoft VBScript compilation error '800a0400' 

Expected statement 

/pay_paypal.asp, line 366 

<%end if

Other attempts - like removing the whole section -
just brought an "expected end" error up on line 280
(which looks like it is ended and which looks EXACTLY
as it does on a working page).

This is starting to get maddening. Any ideas how to
track this sort of problem down??

Thanks very much.


--- Ken Schaefer <ken.schaefer at gmail.com> wrote:


354 NAME="item_name" id="item_name" VALUE="CD
			<INPUT TYPE="hidden"       355 NAME="item_number"
id="item_number" VALUE="13">
357			<%
358			end select
360 			else%>
361			<INPUT TYPE="text" disabled NAME=""
362			<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="item_name"
id="item_name" VALUE="CD EN">
363			<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="item_number"
id="item_number" VALUE="1">
364				<input TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="Language"
id="Language" VALUE="EN">

>> 365                     <%
>> 366                     <%end if%>
> You have two opening <% one after the other. 
> After the first <%, ASP is expecting some kind of
> statement, instead
> it's seeing a second <%, hence "expected statement"
> error.
> Cheers
> Ken

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