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Using "Return" in a function

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Newbie2

Hi Guys,

I must be doing something very wrong...

$Expectedfilename="blabla"

If x () = 0 Then
    msgbox (0,"","no file")
Else
    msgbox (0,"","file exists")
EndIf

Func x ()
    $File=FileOpen ("c:\temp\file.txt", 0)
    
    While 1
        $FileName=FileReadLine ($File)
        If @error=-1 Then ExitLoop
        $Pos=StringInStr ($FileName, $ExpectedFileName)
        If $Pos<>0 Then
        ;Found the string
            $FileName=StringTrimLeft ($FileName,$Pos-1)
            FileClose ($File)
            Return "FileExists"
        EndIf
    WEnd
EndFunc

My x() func works, but I always get the same answer "No file", why?? the string do exists!! :idiot:

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Jos

You do Return "FileExists" when it finds the file.

Wel "FileExists" is a string which is numericly a 0.

Just change Return "FileExists" to Return 1

Edited by JdeB

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Newbie2

10x, dude!

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