call to sub with more than one argument, "Expected: ="

silkworth

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Hi All,

I've got a call to a sub to which I just added a second (and optional) argument. Now the line of the call to that sub says it "Expected: =" when I try to add the argument to it. This is the offending line (keepminutes is set in the previous line by an inputbox):

Code:
If keepminutes <> "" Then ReduceToHourly (keepminutes, year_get)

What's the deal?
 

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Norie

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That code won't even compile.:eek:

Remove the ().:)
 
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