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Thanks, that worked. However, this is just a sample code. I tried using bigint in my main program and it gives me a whole slew of new errors. It is a GUI program using Tk and a few Tk modules (Tk::TableMatrix, Tk::Balloon, Tk::Bitmap, and Tk::Pane). I'm guessing that bigint and the Tk modules conflict. These are two separate errors I get when I run it with bigint. The second I get when I comment out the first error.
C:\code> -trace out.PipeTracer.xml '8┬├⌐☻♥' isn't numeric at C:/Perl/site/ +lib/Tk/ line 205. at C:\code\ line 387 C:\code> -trace out.PipeTracer.xml trace_file = out.PipeTracer.xml Ports to be Analyzed: 1 2 'h┬├⌐☻♥' isn't numeric at C:/Perl/site/ +lib/ line 250. at C:\code\ line 159
Here is my code for the lines the errors point to. First is 387 and the second is 159.

Line 387:

my $cycleAccept = $statusBar->Button(-text => "Go to", -font => ['Arial', 8], -command=> \&GoToCycle, -bd => 1, -takefocus => 'never', -highlightthickness => 0)->pack( +-side => 'left');

Line 159:

$PortFrame = $allPortsFrame->Scrolled('TableMatrix', -resizeborders=>'none', -titlerows => 1, -titlecols => 1, -background => 'white', -foreground => 'white', -borderwidth => 0, -rows => 6, -colstretchmode=>'all', -cols => 1, -colwidth => 25, -cache => 1, -scrollbars => "osoe")->pa +ckAdjust(-side => "top", + -fill => 'both', + -expand => 1);

In reply to Re^2: Bitwise Operator Error by ravishi
in thread Bitwise Operator Error by ravishi

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