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Hi, Sometimes with functions you have a syntax of Func _FuncName ($Name1, $Name2)

What is the part in the brackets for?

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Parameters. So your func isn't that static.

Like _add2Numbers($a,$B)

Call it with _add2Numbers(2,3)

and the func returns 5.

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Parameters. So your func isn't that static.

Like _add2Numbers($a,$;)

Call it with _add2Numbers(2,3)

and the func returns 5.

So if you had a imagex func with

Func DISM($WimFile, $SKU, $MountPath)

RunWait ("DISM.exe /Mount-WIM /WimFile:" & '"' & $WimFile & '"' & " /Name:" & '"' & $SKU & '"' & " /MountDir:" & '"' & $MountPath & '"', "")

EndFunc

Could you call it like

Dism (C:install.wim, 1, C:mount) or would it be with variables

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Could you call it like

Dism (C:install.wim, 1, C:mount) or would it be with variables

Both is valid.

But if you pass strings as literals you need to put quotes around it:

Dism ("C:install.wim", 1, "C:mount")

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Both is valid.

But if you pass strings as literals you need to put quotes around it:

Dism ("C:install.wim", 1, "C:mount")

Sorry yeah forgot about that

They would be as a variable anyway

Edited by electrogen

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