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Hi all

My code works pretty fine, but when I check it via the Syntax-Check-Prod I got many errors such as:

"C:\Projects\qasa_GWAPP_Tests_6.6\misc\Call Generator\AutoIt3\AutoIT_scripts\emsFuncsOnebox.au3"(555,81) : error: _IEGetObjById() called with Const or expression on ByRef-param(s).
   _IEAction(_IEGetObjById(_IEFrameGetCollection($oIE, 1), "jqi_state0_buttonOk")
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^
"C:\Projects\qasa_GWAPP_Tests_6.6\misc\Call Generator\AutoIt3\Include\IE.au3"(1882,41) : REF: definition of _IEGetObjById().
Func _IEGetObjById(ByRef $oObject, $sId)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

for line of code such as:

   _IEAction(_IEGetObjById(_IEFrameGetCollection($oIE, 1), "jqi_state0_buttonOk"), "Click")
 

[Get frame #1 in IE object, search for object with ID "jqi_state0_buttonOk", and Click on it]


Can you help me fix the syntax (or the syntax-checker) so I won't see these errors?


Thanks

 

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Try putting the result of _IEFrameGetCollection($oIE, 1) into a variable and use the variable in the _IEGetObjById() functions, as the helpfile states the Param is ByRef.

Jos

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Jos

Thanks. After I did what you said and did the same for the result of Object it stopped invoke errors.

$oFrame = _IEFrameGetCollection($oIE, 1)
   $object = _IEGetObjById($oFrame, "jqi_state0_buttonOk")
   _IEAction($object, "Click")


but now I get three lines of code instead of one, and it makes the code ugly. 
Is there any way to avoid it (except using a function ) ?

Thanks a lot !
 

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but now I get three lines of code instead of one, and it makes the code ugly. 
Is there any way to avoid it (except using a function ) ?

Seriously?

Guess the "ugly" comment is really "in the eye of the beholder" and think you should ask yourself whether it is really the case or simply a matter of changing your own expectations.

Jos

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ok ok .. THANKS anyway !

 



Seriously?

Guess the "ugly" comment is really "in the eye of the beholder" and think you should ask yourself whether it is really the case or simply a matter of changing your own expectations.

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