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Ending A Function Inside An If/then Statement

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Hello all,

I am getting an error while trying to run something like this:

$btnProcess = GUICtrlCreateButton("Process", 30, 277, 141, 37)

GUICtrlSetOnEvent($btnProcess, "Process")

Func Process()

If NOT FileExists ( $Location ) Then

MsgBox (48, "Sorry...", "The folder you specified doesn't seem to exist.", 0)

EndFunc

EndIf

EndFunc

Basically, I want the function to end if the folder doesn't exist and go back to the (OnEvent) idle loop. But it keeps telling me that there is no EndIf, because it is counting the EndFunc inside the If/Then statement as the end of the function. Is there any other way to just end the function at that point without this problem?

btw, I tried making the If statement a single line statement... like

If NOT FileExists ( $Location) Then EndFunc

But then it tells me that there is an If with no corresponding Then...


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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

why do you have two endfunction?

Func Process()

If NOT FileExists ( $Location ) Then

    MsgBox (48, "Sorry...", "The folder you specified doesn't seem to exist.", 0)
    Idle(); whatever function you want here.

EndIf

EndFunc

this should do it

Edited by Hello12345

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If NOT FileExists ( $Location ) Then

MsgBox (48, "Sorry...", "The folder you specified doesn't seem to exist.", 0)

;change made here

idle()

EndIf

make idle() a func with you OnIdle loop inside, then jsut call that when u need to get back to it.


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if you want it to exit the function use this

$btnProcess = GUICtrlCreateButton("Process", 30, 277, 141, 37)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent($btnProcess, "Process")

Func Process()
    If NOT FileExists ( $Location ) Then
        MsgBox (48, "Sorry...", "The folder you specified doesn't seem to exist.", 0)
        Return
    EndIf
EndFunc


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Ha... now I feel stupid. hehe. I didn't see the Return option before... Thanks everyone for the help.


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