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Access to QLB variables.

Access to QLB variables.

Access to QLB variables.

(OP)
Is there a way to access variables in a QuickLibrary? Maybe with CALL ABSOLUTE?

RE: Access to QLB variables.

I don't understand your question. When you make your OWN libraries, your SUBjective/FUNCTion modules have to be made with "private local" pass-through variables to process and to return an output.

The CALL ABSOLUTE is from QB. Type ABS move your cursor back and press F1 on the keyboard for details.

"If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around, does it make a sound?" I finally got the REAL ANSWER.

RE: Access to QLB variables.

(OP)
This is the QBasic forum, right? And what does the Absolute Value have to do with anything?

I wanted to access the screen clipping variables within the DirectQB library but I came up with alternate solution.

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