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GUICtrlSetOnEvent ( controlID, "function" )

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Hello,

i know how to use

GUICtrlSetOnEvent ( controlID, "function" )

but what if i need this to do with Byref Variables like

Func _tv(ByRef $tv1, $tv2)
??

how is the syntax then?

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The syntax is the same when calling a function. ByRef only changes the function prototype/parameters. : )

this dont work for me:

GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1, "_tv($dvb, $dvb2)")

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Uuh, what? You can only specify a function name. Where do the variables come from?

GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1, "_tv")

Func _tv()
   Local $dvb, $dbv2
EndFunc

yes, i use it similar at the moment. just want to reduce the lines in my script,

because i need this function in 5 different cases. the variables are button-id's and

button-text. thx anyway : )

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

this dont work for me:

GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1, "_tv($dvb, $dvb2)")

The function does not use parameters. Anyway, this function calls by the handler, what the parameters do you he must pass. You can use @GUI_... flags. Edited by Yashied

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yes, i use it similar at the moment. just want to reduce the lines in my script,

because i need this function in 5 different cases. the variables are button-id's and

button-text. thx anyway : )

GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1, "_tv")

Func _tv()
   Local $dvb, $dbv2
   $dvb = @GUI_CtrlId
   $dvb2 = GUICtrlRead($dvb)
EndFunc

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