I have a bit of ported code. It was automatically converted from VB6 to VB.NET. Now when if finally compiles, it produces output files with some values replaced with literal
I will eventually find out what's the problem, but I just wonder, if anyone knows what does this error mean. VB's
Write function is used.
I guess it as simple as trying to write a variable set to
#ERROR 448# written to the file. Strange that msdn is not telling you this.
You are tryng to WRITE a null value or other unacceptable value to a file. Earlier versions of BASIC just ignored the WRITE request. MSDN should be telling you about this.