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Posted on 2002-03-05
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Sorry for dummy question but,
how to return a parameter from a vb .exe application??
(I remember in ANSI C, I wrote return xx in main function).
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'function always return value whatever we assign with function Name

Function FunName(strMyFirstName as String)
  If (strMyFirstName = "PRASHANT" ) Then
     FunName ="Pawar"
  Else
    FunName = "Deshmukh"
End If

private sub onFormLoad()
msgbox FunName("PRASHANT")
msgbox FunName("VISHAL")
End sub

'try this
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by:rspahitz
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I'm guessing that your question is the opposite of the above answer, so you should reject it.  This will also allow other experts to more easily find this question.

If you want your app to RETURN a value (not RECEIVE a value) I think you can set it up as an ActiveX form, but I've never tried it.
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