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    user defined functions

    Hi ALL
    I wrote a user defined function for login to the flight application and i placed the function in comiled module,and start up script is loading the function.The function has to take two variables login,password..how should i work with variables...please help me...

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    Re: user defined functions

    Thank u very much.
    please find txt file enclosed.and please make sum suggestion to daclaring variables.

    Mahesh

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    Re: user defined functions

    I am not entirely sure what you are asking here, but the basic usage would be to, (1) define your inputs and outputs in the parameter list of the function, and (2) supply a corresponding set of parameters each time you call the function from a script. The variable names in the function definition's parameter list may then be used anywhere within the function body, but note that any variables you need to use within a function which are not declared in the parameter list must be declared at the beginning of the function body before you do any other commands. If this does not help, please provide us more details on what your question/problem is.



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