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Apologies all - I had simply failed to fund the faucet correctly before executing the withdraw function (i.e. the initial transfer from MetaMask had not confirmed)


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Make sure that you are providing some withdraw_amount in the Value datafield in Remix IDE. By default it has value as 0. Consider this answer for your reference. https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/a/68640/53398 Let me know if the problem still persists. Edited solution: I've find out the error you are facing. When you're running this contract, you ...


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If Etherscan doesn't identify your contract as an ERC20 token it may be that there are no transfers. As well as viewing from the address URL: https://ropsten.etherscan.io/address/0xb20a88a0174d281711ef64c3b538f27225db8d20 You can view from the token URL: https://ropsten.etherscan.io/token/0xb20a88a0174d281711ef64c3b538f27225db8d20


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Parameters gas and gasLimit are the same. Parameter gasPrice has nothing to do with your question. The gas for a transaction depends on what's being executed. If you are transferring ether to an externally-owned account, then it will be 21,000. If you are calling a smart-contract function (which includes transferring ether to a smart-contract), then it ...


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