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What is wrong with this code?

What is wrong with this code?

What is wrong with this code?

(OP)
I tried:

CODE --> vbs

Dim Tag_List
Function DefineTag(Tag_List)
Select Case Tag_List
	Case "NAME"
		A1 = [B]
	Case Else
		A1 = ""
End Select
End Function
DefineTag([A])
RETURN = A1 




... but do nothing, anyone could help me here?, not sure what is wrong here.

[A]=AAA
[B]=NAME

WHEN B is a string "NAME", RETURN Should be equal to "AAA", if not, "" (empty)

RE: What is wrong with this code?

Something like

CODE -->

Select Case [B]
	Case "NAME"
		A1=[A]
	Case Else
		A1=""
End Select

RETURN=A1 

RE: What is wrong with this code?

(OP)
Thanks for reply, this work but how should I use "Function" and "Sub"?

RE: What is wrong with this code?

CAn't really tell you - this isn't really VbScript, it looks like an Autodesk formula definition, and not sure how that uses subs/functions. You'll have to check your Autodesk documentation.

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