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An Introduction to Gambas

Bob Ewart's picture

Interesting article. It would be even more interesting if the application even worked.

Problems I've discovered so far:

1. Database -- table listing has fields status_id and status. Status_id is never referenced. (Maybe used in following articles?)

2. Text tells us to create combo boxes cmdBugId and cmdStatus, but code refers to cmbBugId and cmbStatus. (Typo?)

3. Text never tells us how to get from the first form to the other two.

4. btnAccept calls dat.coder_id which is never defined.

5. The downloaded files do not include the .project file or .gambas folder. Which is ok since it is obvious that the author never tried to run the program.

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