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_IECreate & Functions

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I'm not familar with object variables and how to allow them to be passed to a function. Can anyone please advise? Tried GLOBAL $oIE.

$oIE = _IECreate ("www.google.com")

_Test()

Func _test()
     _IELoadWait ($oIE)
endfunc

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I'm not familar with object variables and how to allow them to be passed to a function. Can anyone please advise? Tried GLOBAL $oIE.

$oIE = _IECreate ("www.google.com")

_Test()

Func _test()
     _IELoadWait ($oIE)
endfunc
So what happens when you try it? There's nothing wrong with what you posted except you didn't put the #include <IE.au3> at the top.

There's nothing special about object typed varaibles; they obey the same scope rules as other variables.

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I'm not familar with object variables and how to allow them to be passed to a function. Can anyone please advise? Tried GLOBAL $oIE.

$oIE = _IECreate ("www.google.com")

_Test()

Func _test()
     _IELoadWait ($oIE)
endfunc
I'm missing an explicit "EXIT" after calling _Test() to end the script.

Behind the EXIT you can place your function.

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I'm missing an explicit "EXIT" after calling _Test() to end the script.

Behind the EXIT you can place your function.

Exit isn't required there. When script execution reaches that point and there is nothing left to execute (Func declarations don't get run unless explicitly called), it Exits on its own.

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Odd, it seems to be working now, perhaps some syntax error from before. Thanks for the help!

So what happens when you try it? There's nothing wrong with what you posted except you didn't put the #include <IE.au3> at the top.

There's nothing special about object typed varaibles; they obey the same scope rules as other variables.

:)


Digital Chaos - Life as we know it today.I'm a Think Tank. Problem is, my tank is empty.The Quieter you are, the more you can HearWhich would you choose - Peace without Freedom or Freedom without Peace?Digital Chaos Macgyver ToolkitCompletely Dynamic MenuSQLIte controlsAD FunctionsEXCEL UDFPC / Software Inventory UDFPC / Software Inventory 2GaFrost's Admin Toolkit - My main competitor :)Virtual SystemsVMWAREMicrosoft Virtual PC 2007

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