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Function "Call"

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What's the difference between using the call function and just typing the function name ?

Ie

Func Test()

.......... Code etc........

EndFunc

Now I've seen some scripts would call this func in 2 ways

1. Call ("Test")

Or

2. Test()

Am curious as to what is the difference?

Thanks

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The help file is your friend ;)

Call: "Calls a user-defined function contained in a string parameter." This allows to call a function caontained in a variable e.g.

$sFunctionName = "test"
Call($sFunctionName)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Ok thanks for that,

And I did actually look at the help pages but couldn't see what difference there was.

I didn't see it saying anything about calling a func stored in a variable.

Edit. Just looked at help file and now see it said held in variable. First time I just see the call "function" in quotes that seemed the same.

Edited by Tum

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