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multi output functions - two or more

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ok here is a simple code and plz tell me how i can get 2 output function

$x = 5

;the problem is here i think?
$a = myFunc($x)
;$a1 = ????
;$a2 = ????

MsgBox(0,"",$a)

Func myFunc($x)
    $y1=$x*$x
    $y2=$y1*$x
    ;is here correct?
    Return $y1 & $y2
EndFunc

now i need $a1 = 25 and $a2 = 125. but miss or my lack of knowladge, i cant handle, i get $a = 25125. because i didnt ..emm seperate them? ...

how can i get those values, withousing global or etc, i mean is there a way to write

($a1, $a2) = myFunc($x)

[$a1, $a2] = myFunc($x) well tried but didnt work :)


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how this...

$x = 5

$a = myFunc($x)

MsgBox(0,"",$a[1] & @cr & $a[2])

Func myFunc($x)

Dim $y[3]

$y[1]=$x*$x

$y[2]=$y[1]*$x

Return $y

EndFunc


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wow thank you Rick :)


TY.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Don't know if it'll work or help, maybe you could try ..

$x = 5

;the problem is here i think?
$a = myFunc($x)
$spa = StringSplit($a, "|") 

MsgBox(0,"","$y1 = " & $spa[1] & @LF & "$y2 = " & $spa[2])

Func myFunc($x)
    $y1=$x*$x
    $y2=$y1*$x
    ;is here correct?
    Return $y1 & "|" & $y2
EndFunc

Cheers

Edit: I was to slow ..lol

I like Rick's way better :)

Edited by smashly

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actually, it couldve been..

$x = 5

$a = myFunc($x)

MsgBox(0,"",$a[0] & @cr & $a[1])

Func myFunc($x)

Dim $y[2]

$y[0]=$x*$x

$y[1]=$y[0]*$x

Return $y

EndFunc


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Rick's method shows you how to pass multiple paramaters via an array , each array element stores one value, and you track which one by the

dimension in which the element is stored. This is useful, especially when you name your dimensions using Enum().

Of course, you could also just strip out the references to $y2, call the function twice, and store the result each time.

To pass as a string, you could add a delimiter between your elements , and then parse the result.

You can also use @error and/or @extended to pass numeric information.


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but what happens if i need those two variables, i mean not using array.

y(1) and y(2) are array elements.. or a(1) and a(2)

but i want a1 and a2, two variables here -.- confusing


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$x = 5

$a = myFunc($x)

$a1=$a[0]

$a2=$a[1]

MsgBox(0,"",$a1 & @cr & $a2)

Func myFunc($x)

Dim $y[2]

$y[0]=$x*$x

$y[1]=$y[0]*$x

Return $y

EndFunc


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$a1=$a[0]

$a2=$a[1]

nice!


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