"Walden H. Leverich" wrote: > > Actually the error isn't all that cryptic. First, I'll bet that is > -2147220985 (note the negative.) Now put that into the handy windows > calculator and convert to hex and you get FFFF FFFF 8004 0207. Ignore the > first DWORD and you get an error of 8004 0207 which is a valid COM error. Walden, with all due respect, that qualifies as cryptic in my book. Probably at some poit it is taking a 16 bit number, casting it to 32 bit, and extending what it thinks is the sign bit all the way across, leading to all those f's ( f=1111 binary) -- Brad Jensen email@example.com President Electronic Storage Corporation Tulsa OK USA 918-664-7276 LaserVault Report Retrieval & Data Mining www.Laservault.com www.eufrates.com - Add distance learning to your site with easy course preparation
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