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Using Function in Macro

Using Function in Macro

Using Function in Macro

(OP)
Hi ,

Can any one help me in using function in Macro's. I have created 2 small functions.

My doubt is "  Is it possible to call the function from some other file.

For Ex. I have created 2 function named 1.Login 2.Testing

these 2 fucntions are saved in file name Login.ebm , Testing.ebm... Now is it possible to call this function in my third program name Call.ebm ?

Please let me know if you need more info..  

RE: Using Function in Macro

Goal
Call a macro from another macro and return to original one.
Fix
In order to be able to call another macro and execute and return perform the following steps:
* 1) Create the originating macro,
 2) use the '$Include statement with full path,
 3) save this macro as a macro with the extension .EBM

* 1) Create the called macro
 2) remove the 'Sub Main ()' and 'End Sub' statements
 3) save it as a header file with the extension .EBH

Below is an example of This.EBM calling Other.EBH

This.EBM:
'$Include: "c:\temp\other.ebh"

Sub Main()
MsgBox "This macro"
Other
MsgBox "This macro"
End Sub

Other.EBH:
Sub Other()
MsgBox "Other macro"
End Sub
 

RE: Using Function in Macro

(OP)
Thanks Bro..Its really helpful for me.. Let me try this out....

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