Ok, this is plain and simple for now
Use your BACK button to return WAP3
This shows a bad target in line 15 .... here is not a target .... only badtarget: and finish:
After you are connected to a running MapInfo the background has a light green color
The 3 execute buttons are now active for MapInfo .... Line | Selection | Page

Mousing over just about anything shows its title/help in the status bar
You can also press F1 with the mouse over any part of the screen for context help
or use Help > Help Manual or press Shift+F1
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This screen is an example of using Integration with VBScript
Notice the assigned constants in the table at the right
When the editor is stripped of all junk comments and blank lines, then references to the constants are replaced in the final compiled code.
DO NOT BE CONFUSED WITH MapBasic Compile and MBWinEX Compile -- MBWinEX does NOT create MBX files !

Mousing over just about anything shows its title/help in the status bar
You can also press F1 with the mouse over any part of the screen for context help
or use Help > Help Manual or press Shift+F1
Lines 5 and 36 show a variable named [my$]
This is note recommended but it is how VBScript allows using Type Identifiers $,@,! etc.
It does work, but is not the standard way for MapBasic and MBWinEX using s_, i_, f_MyFloatValue, etc
Line 22, is a test because "x" was never DIM'ed and will thusly fail, unless you use VBScipt Error Trapping

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