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Return Values from a function

Posted on 2001-06-05
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Hello all,
I am new to VB, and I would like to know how to pick up the return value of a function (any function)?

any suggestions
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Question by:Peridot
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Function f() As Long
    f = 1
End Function

Sub Main()
    Dim l As Long

    l = f()
    Debug.Print l
End Sub
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by:Ryan Chong
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Hi, here is a sample:

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use like this: Text1.Text = returnValue(3)

Private Function returnValue(ByVal ivalue As Integer) As String
    Select Case ivalue
    Case 0
        returnValue = "A"
    Case 1
        returnValue = "B"
    Case 2
        returnValue = "C"
    Case Else
        returnValue = "D"
    End Select
End Function

'Hope will help.
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by:Peridot
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Thanks TigerZhao.
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