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  1. So far I only found one limitation, if I call a function that has Default in its arguments and add a byref at the end it won't accept the byref because "error: all params followed by optional params must be optional", then I can't add a default value to the byref but I can't call it either, what am I supposed to create a global variable to pass a single variable through? the incompatibility of byref with the rest of the forms seems to me a "senseless" limitation, I also can't call a byref that was previously called; why don't you guys just delete the byref, it seems to me not a complete functi
  2. I'm trying to pass a nested array to a function, such that the function alters the inner array. I was surprised to find that this minimal reproducible example, despite its use of ByRef, seems to pass a copy of the inner array to the function: #include <Array.au3> ; a boring old array Local $aInnerArray[5] = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] ; a one-element array containing a reference to the other array Local $aOuterArray[1] = [$aInnerArray] ; intention: take a nested array and alter its inner array ; reality: the inner array seems to be getting copied Func ChangeIt(ByRef $aOuter)
  3. Hello, I've an error and don't know why and hope somebody can help me.. I think maybe i din't include somethin for the "ByRef" function, but i could be wrong :S Anyway here is what i included ... #include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <ComboConstants.au3> #include <EditConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <File.au3> ; for _FileCreate ed. #Include <GuiComboBoxEx.au3> ; for _GUICtrlComboBoxEx_ResetContent #include "EzMySql.au3" #include <Array.au3> This is what i do
  4. I have function which needs 3 parameters and the last one is passed ByReference. ReadFunction($strFunctionName,ByRef $countArgts) But can I make the reference parameter as optional.i.e., $countArgts as optional or to keep a default value as below. ReadFunction($strFunctionName,ByRef $countArgts=1560) This is giving a compilation error, or any method overloading approach like in Programming languages Java,etc.
  5. I was working on a good way to run a script after x amount of time without needing to run it as a scheduled task so that it can be run from any computer. I have used AdlibRegister() before with good success for small periods of time but never larges ones (like an hour). So I tried it out and it looks like it actually works very well. One thing that sort of annoyed me though was walking up to the computer and not knowing when it was going to run next, so I tried to plug in a little time check function and it appeared to work on my little test but in production it started to give me some crazy
  6. Hi. Reading the help file I noticed the directive "#forceref" in sereral sample codes, e.g. for "ByRef" in this line: #forceref $v1, $v2, $v3, $v4, $v5, $v6, $v7, $v8, $v9, $v10, $v11, $v12, $v13, $v14, $v15, $v16, $v17, $v18, $v19 What is it's effect? searching the help file, I can find it "outside" of sample code just for this entry: Au3check syntax tool #forceref $varname [, ...] can be used for inside functions, like the following: Func Test_Numparams($v1 = 0, $v2 = 0, $v3 = 0, $v4 = 0, $v5 = 0, $v6 = 0, $v7 = 0, $v8 = 0, $v9 = 0) #forceref $v1, $v2, $v3, $v4, $v5, $v6, $v7, $v8, $v9
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