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optional parameters in udf

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Sorry if this is a stupid question but how do I specify some parameters as optional in a udf ???

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func myfunction($param1, $param2 = "hello")
blahblah
endfunc

that makes $param2 optional, with a default value of "hello"

--hope this helps

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Sorry if this is a stupid question but how do I specify some parameters as optional in a udf ???

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Giving them a default value makes them optional, per the Help File. Also, any optional parameters must be at the end of the list of parameters. The help file for AutoIT is also the reference manual, and has a brazillion code examples in it... check out the notes under Func/EndFunc.

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Thanks All....

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func kjjk($sdfd="default")

I love the function name and the pramater name.


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