Wish Unlimited number of arguments when using CallSub/CallSubDelayed

MarkusR

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How does the VB6/VB.NET compiler support optional parameters, and can that ability be implemented in B4X?
for Test2 Sub see #19
VB6
Private Sub Form_Load()

Test "a", "b", "Hello", d:=123
Test2 "s", 1, Null, 3, 4, 4, 5

End Sub

Sub Test(a As String, b As String, Optional c As String = "dasdasd", Optional d As Long)

Debug.Print c

End Sub

Sub Test2(ParamArray a() As Variant)

Debug.Print a(0)

End Sub
 

JohnC

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for Test2 Sub see #19
VB6
My question was really directed to Erel and asking him if it would be possible to modify the B4X IDE/Compiler to implement optional parameters just like Microsoft's VB6/VB.NET IDE/Compiler does so B4X will have all of the abilities that LucaMs listed in his first post.
 

LucaMs

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My question was really directed to Erel and asking him if it would be possible to modify the B4X IDE/Compiler to implement optional parameters just like Microsoft's VB6/VB.NET IDE/Compiler does so B4X will have all of the abilities that LucaMs listed in his first post.
Thanks but, even if I agree, optional parameters are useful (sometimes), I refer to the possibility of using CallSub and CallSubDelayed with an unlimited number of arguments, which is not the same thing.

I think that this thread could be considered closed ;)
 
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