Re: Here

From: Jonathan Blackhawke (
Date: 10/04/96

I think I found it ... you have two if's in the middle of an if/else if
statement.  Here are the two offending lines:

>  else
>     if (PRF_FLAGGED(ch, PRF_AFK))
>       send_to_char("You are away from the keyboard, or are you?\r\n",
>     if (PRF_FLAGGED(vict, PRF_AFK))
>     {
>       act("$E is Away from the keyboard, try again later.",
>       FALSE, ch, 0, vict, TO_CHAR | TO_SLEEP);
>     }
>     perform_tell(ch, vict, buf2);

I'm new to programming C so this may be totally wrong, but this is the only
anomilie that I can locate.

Patrick Y.
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