%_EXECARRAY failure...

#1
I found there were postings previously by two other people who had exactly the same problem but with no resolution, so I am raising the issue again. Following is the result of a number of commands run directly from the command line (although I get exactly the same results in a batch file, too):
Code:
[Z:\]SetArray ArchivedFileList[100]

[Z:\]Echo %@ExecArray[ArchivedFileList,Dir Z:\*]
0

[Z:\]echo %_EXECARRAY
ECHO is OFF

[Z:\]Echo %ArchivedFileList[1]
 Volume in drive Z is RAM disk       Serial number is 286c:c2a2

[Z:\]UnSetArray ArchiveFileList

[Z:\]
Since there is so little code involved, I can't imagine what I could possibly be doing wrong!

TCC 12.10.66 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7601]
 
#3
From: mathewsdw
| I found there were postings previously by two other people who had
| exactly the same problem but with no resolution, so I am raising the
| issue again. Following is the result of a number of commands run
| directly from the command line (although I get exactly the same
| results in a batch file, too):
| Code:
| [Z:\]SetArray ArchivedFileList[100]
|
| [Z:\]Echo %@ExecArray[ArchivedFileList,Dir Z:\*]
| 0
|
| [Z:\]echo %_EXECARRAY
| ECHO is OFF
...
| Since there is so little code involved, I can't imagine what I
| could possibly be doing wrong!
|
| TCC 12.10.66 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7601]

This problem, which I myself first reported, was solved several builds ago. Please update to the latest build!
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Steve