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Posted on 1998-11-19
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Hi. I want to know how to pass some parameters between functions and subs but not all that I write after the sub or function.
Example.
sub passArray(byref values as variant, method as integer)

Imagine that when I call this sub, I don't want to pass the method or the values. How to do ?
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decalre your sub like this:
sub passArray(optional values as variant,optional method as integer)
then you don't need to pass those values.
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by:netkuk
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Thank you.
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