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What is the diference of use Call('') or Call()? I dont see any diference. Any difenrece in background or for processor. Anyway what is better use for one and for other?

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What is the diference of use Call('') or Call()? I dont see any diference. Any difenrece in background or for processor. Anyway what is better use for one and for other?

Regards

It's Call('myfunc') or myfunc(). Not Call('') or Call().

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@xcal .... lol everybody means what I meant...

If u cant help dont flood.

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Because you have such a way with words?

If you meant something different than what you posted, why not just post what you meant in the first place?

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Makes sense and is the normal way of calling a function : func1()

Makes sense as Call's parameter isn't only a literal string but also a variable : Call("func" & $i)

Makes no sense at all since Call's parameter is a literal string : Call("func1")

Using Call with only literal strings is pretty much like asking the telephone operator what the number for 911 is.

Normally, unless I'm insanely bored, I just ignore topics where the OP is using Call like that...that or I just can't

find the "Reply"-button due to all the blood in my eyes. Also, stackover...you obviously weren't very clear in what

you meant, since freanir also misunderstood you.

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