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Old 19/12/2015, 07:14 PM   #1
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Question [HELP]: Warning 208: function with tag result used before definition, forcing reparse

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BUGFİX.pwn(8927) : warning 208: function with tag result used before definition, forcing reparse
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stock bool: antiFlood (const text[])
{
        new
            strSpace,
            szText[500]
        ;
        format(szText, sizeof(szText), "%s", text);
        while (szText[strSpace] != EOS)
        {
            if ((szText[strSpace] == szText[strSpace+1]) && (szText[strSpace+1] == szText[strSpace+2]) && (szText[strSpace+2] == szText[strSpace+3]))
            {
                return (false);
            } else return (true);
        }
        return (true);
}
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