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Posted on 1998-05-06
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How do you return a char value into a method function
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I'm not sure what you mean?

How do you return a char value FROM a function?  That woud be

char ClassName::FunctionName()
{
   char ReturnValue = 'a';

   return ReturnValue;
};
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How do you PASS a char value into a function?  That woud be

void ClassName::FunctionName(char CharParameter)
{
   cout << CharParameter;
};

If you mean something else, can you try to reword the question?
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by:RONSLOW
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I was going to answer, but nietod got in first.

You question is not well worded .. please explain a little better what it is you are wanting to do.  the phrase 'return a value into a function' doesn't make sense .. you return values FROM a function -or- you pass them INTO a function
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by:nietod
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Roger, this time you can't complain that I just beat you to it.  I answered yesterday.  
No word on wethor or not I answered the right questions though.
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by:RONSLOW
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I know you were well ahead of me on this .. but I hadn't read noticed your comment about the other possible interpretation (only the proposed answer) .. and was just about to submit the sme thing as a comment when I noticed you'd actually addressed both ways that we could have interpretted this.  Of course, neither is probably what the poster wanted :-)

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Looks like this IS what he wanted to know.
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Lucky guess?
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