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This is driving me nuts.

First off, I don't have a baldur.lua file, I only have a baldur.ini file. It looks like it's the correct one as the formatting is the same as the 2 lines I'm supposed to add:
'Program Options', 'Debug', '1',
'Program Options', 'Debug Mode', '1',

This works to bring up the console but:

If I type C:CREATEITEM(BOOT01); - or C:ADDGOLD(1000); - I get
lua: call expression not a function
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This also adds a bunch of lines to the end of the .ini file - those three lines, followed by a bunch of lines that say "string" (1,2,3, etc)

If I type C:(CreateItem(BOOT01); I get
Error file does not exist

Any help would be appreciated.
This question / problem has been solved by Hickoryimage
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tausser: If I type C:CREATEITEM(BOOT01); - or C:ADDGOLD(1000); - I get
lua: call expression not a function
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This also adds a bunch of lines to the end of the .ini file - those three lines, followed by a bunch of lines that say "string" (1,2,3, etc)

If I type C:(CreateItem(BOOT01); I get
Error file does not exist
You are totally inconsistent with your use. Capitalisation and syntax matters! You need to type EXACTLY:

C:CreateItem("BOOT01")
C:AddGold("1000")
Ah, I was missing the quotation marks. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Also, I see I typo'd an extra parenthesis in the 2nd example: C:(Create....
Post edited September 11, 2017 by tausser