it should be noted that implicit declaration is by default
you can change implicit deceleration to explicit deceleration
by typing "option explicit"
bt vice verse is not true
ie.. you cannot write "option implicit" in the code
it will raise error
suppose we have declare X as a character.
now if we use x instead of X(capital letter) accidentally
then vb will not raise any error because x get declared as
variant(a default data type) implicitly
option implicit is used for that
bt if we want vb not to declare implicitly then we use
ie.. the vb will raise error
Option Explicit is set to On, to declare the variable
if u set it to off, the user who is going to read your
coding won't find it easy to know what type of variable it
stores. i.e int, float, string, var, etc.,
A standard exe contains a registered Active-X DLL. Now some
error arise in the application but not in the standard exe ,
it is in the Active-X DLL. How do you find it out in which
line no the error is?