Visual Basic Scripting Edition  

Expected expression

You created a Select´┐ŻEnd Select construct, but included a Case clause that contains one or more values along with a Case Else statement. The Case Else statement (the fall-through case) must appear on its own line. The following demonstrates the correct usage of the Select´┐ŻEnd Select construct.

Select Case testexpression
   [Case expressionlist-n
      [statements-n]] . . .
   [Case Else expressionlist-n
      [elsestatements-n]]
End Select

To correct this error

Create a new line for the Case Else statement.

See Also

Select Case Statement