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Function Exit Command?

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#1 ·  Posted

Is there a 'function exit' command in Autoit?

I only see "Exit" and "Exitloop"

no exit function or exit sub type command.

Terry

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#2 ·  Posted

I think you use return to get out of a function

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

The default action for a Function is to return to the point from which it was called. However you can use an actual Return statement to return a given value to where it was called from.

For $i = 1 To 11
    MsgBox(0, "Return", $i & " is even number:" & "   " & _ChkMod($i))
    _ChkMod_3($i))
    MsgBox(0, "Return", $i & " is even number:" & "   " & _ChkMod_2($i))
Next

Func _ChkMod($iNum)
  If Mod($iNum, 2) = 0 Then Return True
  Return False
EndFunc

Func _ChkMod_2($iNum)
  Local $bMod = False
  If Mod($iNum, 2) = 0 Then $bMod = True
  Return $bMod
EndFunc

Func _ChkMod_3($iNum)
  If $iNum <= 10 Then Return
  MsgBox(0, "", "Goodbye")
  Exit
EndFunc

Edit: Added more functions to show different methods for exiting functions. In this case, when it gets to 11 only the first Value will be displayed

Edited by GEOSoft

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Is there a 'function exit' command in Autoit?

I only see "Exit" and "Exitloop"

no exit function or exit sub type command.

Terry

AutoIT conforms to most other languages (c/java) in this area with the exception of break. There is never a need for a exit function command, you either return a value (which ends the function) or it ends normal when EndFunc is reached.

Edit: just saw George's post. He provides a good example

Edited by bo8ster

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#5 ·  Posted

I should have added this one too that shows a function working with no explicit return, which is not required because we are operating on a global variable. It should run for ~30 seconds and then exit.

Global $iVal = 0

While 1
    If Mod(@SEC, 5) = 0 Then _SetVal()
    MsgBox(0, "Result", $iVal, 3)
    If $iVal >= 6 Then ExitLoop
WEnd

Func _SetVal()
    $iVal += 1
EndFunc

GeorgeQuestion about decompiling code? Read the decompiling FAQ and don't bother posting the question in the forums.Be sure to read and follow the forum rules. -AKA the AutoIt Reading and Comprehension Skills test.*** The PCRE (Regular Expression) ToolKit for AutoIT - (Updated Oct 20, 2011 ver:3.0.1.13) - Please update your current version before filing any bug reports. The installer now includes both 32 and 64 bit versions. No change in version number.Visit my Blog .. currently not active but it will soon be resplendent with news and views. Also please remove any links you may have to my website. it is soon to be closed and replaced with something else."Old age and treachery will always overcome youth and skill!"

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