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12 hours later…
11:45 AM
> **Rubberduck version information**
Version 2.5.2.6039
OS: Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.22000.0, x64
Host Product: Microsoft Office x64
Host Version: 16.0.14729.20260
Host Executable: WINWORD.EXE



**Description**
Enumeration members passed to methods are giving a False Code Inspection of 'Unassigned variable'

![RubberDuckEnumsAsVariables](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/81257042/150331077-7797999f-8f10-41b4-947a-e62862112123.jpg)




**Expected behavior**
Enumeration
> This seems to be #5848 being reproducible again.
 
12:31 PM
> Ah. I'd forgotten I submitted that. On this occasion both the enumeration name and enumeration members are being falsely identified.
 
 
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3:16 PM
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Q: Why is referencing sheet by index still implicity referencing referencing by activesheet

ManuelI Have the below code which formats a sheet. There are multiple sheets in this workbook so i only want to take actions on the first one. However if i have any sheet other than the first activated such as the second the code throws a 1004 error. I am not sure why as i am specifying and defining th...

 
 
1 hour later…
4:26 PM
The inspection results toolwindow is providing a link to the Implicit ActiveSheet Reference page, which includes a detailed explanation of the reasoning, as well as code examples that do and examples don't produce these inspection results; note how the "no results" example is pretty much exactly JNevil's answer below. — Mathieu Guindon 3 mins ago
 
 
3 hours later…
7:13 PM
Hi Guys. I have a test which is giving a pass in VBA but a fail in twinbasic (and I think twinbasic is correct). Rubberduck assert.sequenceequals says 10,20,30,40 is the same as 40,30,20,10. Is this down to a difference in how the ducky does the assessment.
 
8:09 PM
Hm, is it strict or permissive assert? (not that I think it should make a difference here, just curious)
 
Strict assert
 
Open an issue for it =)
 
Will do, but likely tomorrow now.
 
 
1 hour later…
9:41 PM
@QuackExchange This question on code review now has a bounty on it. I just want some to answer so that I can accept and answer and remove a zombie without deleting the question. @MathieuGuindon ?
 
9:52 PM
@pacmaninbw hi! I had a quick look last week, but ..it's a rather daunting one! I'll try to get that done over the weekend
 
@MathieuGuindon Thanks!
 
 
2 hours later…
11:41 PM
@StackDuck still perplexed by this. Is there anything RD could have done differently here?
 
[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] 1501 stars vs. [decalage2/oletools] 1888 stars
 
@MathieuGuindon I think that's just user being blind. The Cells vs. .Cells is quite very subtle and if you are not familiar, it might be easy to mistake it as calling a function from a module rather than calling a member of some object.
 

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