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[Bug] Logic error in vnum range checks for do_minvoke
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Post is unread #1 Apr 7, 2005, 8:15 pm   Last edited Nov 13, 2005, 11:33 am by Samson
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Bug: Logic error in vnum range checks for do_minvoke
Discovered in: AFKMud 1.7
Danger: Trivial - Code check does nothing.
Found by: Zeno
Fixed by: Zeno

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In act_wiz.c, do_minvoke:

      if( vnum < pArea->low_o_vnum && vnum > pArea->hi_o_vnum )
      {
         send_to_char( "That number is not in your allocated range.\n\r", ch );
         return;
      }


Change it to:
      if( vnum < pArea->low_o_vnum || vnum > pArea->hi_o_vnum )
      {
         send_to_char( "That number is not in your allocated range.\n\r", ch );
         return;
      }


The if check in do_minvoke is checking to see if a vnum is less than the low number, AND greater than the high number. This is obviously impossible and so the check will simply drop through to the next lines of code. Replacing it with an OR check will make it work as intended.
       
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