Reply I talk to VBscript says: June 11, 2009 at 3:11 am I read your explaination once and didnt understand it. you might have meant "Message Box Function". Not the answer you're looking for? Here, I find a perfect answer. check over here
I forgot to put parenthesis in my last example. What is the common, normally open, normally closed? I always smile when I hear that question. It isn't a Sub.
Reply all says: November 30, 2009 at 9:51 pm how to write this? I need to assign MsgBOx result to a variable even if no button has been explicitly specified. You guys never let us down. Cannot Use Parentheses When Calling A Sub Asp I always wondered why i get this error and never tried to find actual reason 🙁 Reply Vijay on October 9, 2013 at 01:15 Interesting article.
a = 0 b = 1 '(1) normal function call ' x = foo(a,b) msgbox "(1) " & a msgbox "(1.x) " & x '(2) sub-style function call ' (ignores return 800a0414 Safety - Improve braking power in wet conditions OBDII across the world? Build me a brick wall! Bug?
I got your point and rectified my answer. asked 3 years ago viewed 65181 times active 1 year ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends Nov 22 Linked 20 What are the rules governing usage of brackets in Cannot Use Parentheses When Calling A Sub Vbscript says: April 17, 2007 at 9:37 am PingBack from http://www.vleck.com/index.php/2007/04/17/vbscript-recursive-list-of-files-in-all-folders-and-subfolders-v2/ Reply Avoiding Negative Alpha » Blog Archive » VBScript Recursive List of File Attributes/Properties in all Folders and Subfolders V2! Cannot Use Parentheses When Calling A Sub Replace While at times you may have received this error because of a genuine mistake, most of the other times this maybe because of a quirk with VB Script.
VBA sub won't call a VB sub 8. check my blog Reply Eric Lippert says: May 25, 2005 at 1:51 pm Dude! support" > > MsgBox(strMsgTmp, 65, "Review Backup Status- ERROR" ) > > I get at the last line > > "--------------------------- > > Windows Script Host > > --------------------------- > > The syntactical rules of VBScript are simple: Use parameter list () when calling a (routine as a) Function If you want to display a message to the user and need to Vbscript Msgbox Parameters
sub or function) the arguments must be enclosed in parentheses, except when the procedure has no arguments in which case the parentheses are optional. Call intInsert(paName, intName) or intInsert paName, intName -- Michael Harris Does anyone know what the error 'Cannot use parentheses when calling a sub' means? Hot Network Questions How do unlimited vacation days work? http://rinfix.com/cannot-use/vbscript-msgbox-cannot-use-parentheses-when-calling-a-sub.html In other words, MySub(param) will work if the sub is expecting ByVal arguments, but won't work if it's expecting ByRef arguments.
The VBScript syntax and semantics were designed for compatibility with VB6. Vbs Print What am i doing wrong here????? Good analysis.
Can you dispel a magic effect you can't perceive? I need to assign MsgBOx result to a variable even if > no button has been explicitly specified. Will I get the same result if I use 18-55mm lens at 55mm (full zoom) and 55-200mm lens at 55mm (no zoom), if not, then why? Vbscript If Then End If share|improve this answer answered Jul 30 '13 at 13:38 Ansgar Wiechers 88.2k1166108 We tried with a "Call" and without parentheses as in your first example and it
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Reply Avoiding Negative Alpha » VBScript Recursive List of Files in all Folders and Subfolders V2! While a call to a single argument function, with parenthesis works fine with or without using Call keyword, call to a function with more than one arguments using parenthesis will error http://rinfix.com/cannot-use/vbscript-msgbox-cannot-use-parentheses.html The solution eventually was: strContent = Replace (strContent, st, arr (k,i), 1) Thank you everyone for the quick and helpful responses!
I trying to pass two variables to a subroutine in VBScript on an Outlook form. I was banging my head against the wall with this same problem for hours. is a function) and its value is used in the same statement. Cannot use parenthesis when calling a sub 2.
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Now it occupies a place of honor in my snippet database. Cannot use parentheses when calling a Sub 7. by-reference variables a while back. Many thanks in advance Option Explicit Main() Sub Main() Dim objFSO Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Dim objADSysInfo : Set objADSysInfo = CreateObject("ADSystemInfo") Dim strCompADSPath :
Reply anon says: January 9, 2006 at 6:07 pm Another stupid thing that will trigger this error: using DateDiff("n", Date1, Date2) by itself (not with Response.Write or assigning it to a