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    Error C2064 "term does noet evaluate to a function taking () argument

    Hello all!

    I get this error:
    Code:
    error C2064: term does not evaluate to a function taking 0 arguments
    First I didn't got this error for some reason, but now I do 0,0.
    Here's the piece of code where error exists:
    Code:
    if(GrabHour() + ":" + GrabMinute() + ":" + GrabSecond() == ListItem->SubItems[2]->Text)
    Yes I declared all the "Grabs", ListItem etc. It's all about the "(" & ")", that's what the error is actually saying. But because I didn't have this problem before, I don't know how to solve this stupid problem.

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    Re: Error C2064 "term does noet evaluate to a function taking () argument

    We will need a lot more information to help you with this. Depending upon how GrabHour/Minute/Second etc are defined, this code could be ok.

    Please give as much information as possible about these definitions. If possible, post a complete, minimal program which we could actually (try to) compile to see the error for ourselves.

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    Re: Error C2064 "term does noet evaluate to a function taking () argument

    Nevermind.

    Got it fixed, it was a stupidos fail.
    I had labels called GrabHour, GrabDay etc. etc.

    I renamed all the labels with the lbl in front.
    Thanks for your time.

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