Simple question!

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Fri, 7 Jul 2006 14:18:02 -0700

Hope you are all having a nice day!

My question is of the most simplest nature, as I may ask to be excused! but
........ I just can't seem to see it!

It's been two hours... and I sort of feel like I am wasting my time... so if
I may politetly post it!

Please consider the following *simple* snippet of code:

void A_TMR::setTMR( int iTimerID, int iMilliSeconds, int iTmrPulse,
                  int iFB_TimerID, int iFB_MilliSeconds, bool bFB_TmrPulse,
        int iCF1, int iCF2, int iCF3, HWND hwnd, IO *io)

int i_TimerID;
int i_FB_MilliSeconds;

//Declare pulse variables
static bPulseT1;
static bPulseT2;
static bPulseT3;
bool bSetTmrPulse;
bool bSkip = false;

....other code... but currently commented out!

if(bSkip) //The tmr pulse is not a rising edge, so skip everything
     goto SKIP;

....other code... but currently commented out!

if (bSkip) //The timer is still busy with previous timing, so skip all
    goto SKIP;



The following error points to the last line of my code:

c:\_DTS_PROGRAMMING\C_PROGRAMMING\vc++\MY_APPS_LAB\XPPLC\WndProc_ClassMethods.h(1078): error C2143: syntax error : missing ';' before '}'

I am embarrased to post such a question, but all "goto" examples of my books
show samples as above!

Can please someone help me resolve this pittyfull question!

My deepest thankyou's to all!

Best regards

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