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output of @ipaddress/@ipname

Discussion in 'Support' started by Frank, Oct 29, 2012.

  1. Frank

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    In the past an unsuccessful @ipaddress returned '11004', but now it returns 'echo is off'.
    I don't know in which version it changed,
    but 14.00.30 has the old behavior
    Code:
    >echo %@ipaddress[BER-DOP-F72LT1]
    11004
    and 14.02.42 has the new one
    Code:
    >echo %@ipaddress[BER-DOP-F72LT1]
    ECHO is OFF
    
    Is this behavior "by design"?
     
  2. rconn

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    It was changed in the new ipworks9.dll, not by me. I've asked the ipworks developers if this is WAD.
     

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