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For example… 'Arg1 is passed ByRef, Arg2 is passed ByVal. Welcome to the Coding Forums, the place to chat about anything related to programming and coding languages. Reply Fabulous Adventures In Coding says: February 18, 2004 at 8:54 pm I was talking about reference types vs. I wonder if this is a Basic artifact?
This works: Code: Function MyTest(para1) End Function MyTest("test") This doesn't: Code: Function MyTest(para1,para2) End Function MyTest1("test1","test2") Disiance Last edited by Disiance; Oct 5th, 2004 at 11:26 AM. Boss sends a birthday message. I had 2 arguments and was calling a sub from an onClick and was getting the error At lines 511-513. 8 pages with the same code. The solution eventually was: strContent = Replace (strContent, st, arr (k,i), 1) Thank you everyone for the quick and helpful responses!
Atleast I have chosen a side. Every time I get that message, I remove the parens from the function call and it works like a champ. In fact it is a subroutine call with no parens around the arg list, but parens around the first argument! Expected End Of Statement Moderator @ WebDeveloper.com Reply With Quote 02-08-2012,02:23 PM #2 yamaharuss View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage V8 Rider Join Date Jan 2008 Location Florida Posts 1,227 http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ericlippert/.../15/52996.aspx Internet Design Concepts
Just one question: Does this byref/byval parens apply as well in VB6 and VBA in which you can actually declared subs and functions by using the byref and byval keywords for Cannot Use Parentheses When Calling A Sub Msgbox LearnQTP is run, maintained and updated by me and my team. The time now is 08:21 PM. This was one of those cases where strict backwards compatibility and usability were in conflict, and usability won.
Thank you so much, Eric. Vbscript Function Return The time now is 08:21 PM. Reply With Quote Oct 4th, 2004,09:08 PM #2 Danial View Profile View Forum Posts Big D Join Date Jul 2000 Location ASP.Net Forum Posts 2,877 Re: VBS:"Cannot use parentheses when calling Stuff we like Orasi Software Perfecto Mobile Follow Follow this Question Answers Answers and Comments 2 People are following this question.
How can I open the next/previous file alphabetically? Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Cannot use parentheses when calling a Sub Error 800A0414 VBS up vote 9 down vote favorite 1 I am getting the 800A0414 Cannot Use Parentheses When Calling A Sub In Qtp If I have been helpful, Please Rate my Post. Cannot Use Parentheses When Calling A Sub Replace Reply Ranjeet on March 24, 2014 at 17:36 Very nice Explaination.
Here's a handy reference guide to what's legal and what isn't in VBScript: Suppose x and y are vars, f is a one-arg procedure and g is a two-arg procedure. check my blog That works by the way when that all i am doing. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. says: April 25, 2007 at 9:46 pm PingBack from http://blog.vleck.com/?p=13 Reply vm says: May 11, 2007 at 6:35 pm kind of relevant.. 800a0414
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Thx Reply Muzi says: August 16, 2012 at 9:44 pm thanks for this post. Vbs Object Required You can wrap individual arguments in the parenthesis to set them to by reference instead of by value. OK, I have one more Addition to your List of things that will cause the error.
Anyways, after a quick google, I found a good article describing these behaviors: http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/072800-1.shtml #6 cjwallace Total Posts : 549 Scores: 0 Reward points : 0 Joined: 3/5/2005Location: United Kingdom How to stop NPCs from picking up dropped items MathSciNet review alert? Reply Tosin - nolimit says: November 15, 2010 at 1:25 am This documentation is very explanatory. If Condition In Vbscript What is the common, normally open, normally closed?
What is this line of counties voting for the Democratic party in the 2016 elections? Welcome ! I always smile when I hear that question. have a peek at these guys to pass x byref, y byref: f x call f(x) z = f(x) g x, y call g(x, y) z = g(x, y) to pass x byval, y byref: f(x) call
getting error:cannot use parenthesis when calling a sub0VBscript 800a0414 error and scripting install updates0vbscript entering full screen command offline0Can't Use Parentheses When Calling a Sub - VBScript-1Cannot use parentheses when calling How to reply? Joe Reply BigJeff5 says: December 7, 2009 at 10:26 am >all said: >how to write this? > >Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") > >WshShell.Run(iexplore -k http://support.microsoft.com/kb/154780, 1, true) You should use quotation i can create a function that more than 1 variable??
You are aware that it only works in Internet Explorer and no other browsers? Worked for me. Again, that may not be applicable here, but I hope that helps. I could not finger out the problem, hacked out code chunk by chunk… I mean… I ALREADY fixed it… there must be something else I missed.
Note that whenever parentheses is used in this text, it is meant to imply the possible comma-separated values as well. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Popular Useful QTP/UFT GuidesGuide: What is QTP?Guide: Step by Step QTP (UFT) TutorialGuide: Descriptive Programming in QTP (UFT)Guide: Regular Expression in QTP See ByRef and ByVal in VBScript for details. –Helen Oct 14 '14 at 13:38 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Seems to me this is a VB.NET, not VBScript No, create an account now.
Reply DrewGuy says: August 21, 2007 at 1:21 pm Hey, I just wanted to thank you. The rules are 3.1) An argument list for a function call with an assignment to the returned value must be surrounded by parens: Result = MyFunc(MyArg) 3.2) An argument list for Moderator @ WebDeveloper.com Reply With Quote 02-10-2012,08:30 PM #5 nap0leon View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User Join Date Nov 2007 Posts 511 Did you try following the instructions All Forums >> [Scripting] >> WSH & Client Side VBScript Forum MenuLog inRegistration / Sign up RSS FeedThread Options View Printable PageThread Reading Mode Cannot use parentheses when calling a
Then why does this work? For example: Result = MyFunc(MyArg) An argument list for a subroutine call, or a function call with no assignment, that uses the Call keyword must be surrounded by parentheses. Now I know. Both do exactly the same thing. " Call MyProc(firstarg, secondarg) MyProc firstarg, secondarg <> wrote in message news:... > >