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    generator_add_function() question

    for the generator_add_function() function for the function generator, there is a maximum of 8 parameters allowed in the generator_add_function(). Firstly, is this function in a .dll, as I cannot find it in the /lib directory.
    secondly, is it possible to change the number of parameters allowed into the generator_add_function() function?
    thirdly, is it possible to create another user defined function that is similar to generator_add_function() but allows more than 8 parameters?

    thanks

    niko

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    Re: generator_add_function() question

    Ad 1.:
    No, it's not in a DLL, but in the wrun.exe.


    Regards,
    Juergen

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    Re: generator_add_function() question

    #2: No, you unfortunately cannot increase the parameter limit

    #3: You can create a custom application to act like the Function Generator, but you will not be able to create a custom function to add additional fields to the built-in function generator.
    Boyd Patterson
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    [i]Creator of Test Design Studio - Powerful IDE for QuickTest Pro[i]

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    Re: generator_add_function() question

    thanks guys, mercury told me the same thing...

 

 

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