scriptsLimits

K nnoydb at excite.com
Mon Jul 19 02:56:18 CDT 2004



I have changed my design and decided to go with a COM/CORBA style interface (on a small scale).  I have rewritten creatInstance and I am working on a invoke command which will work simular to COM invoke.  The problem is I need pointers to allow the invoked method something it can alter.


/**____________________________________________________________________________________

--Invoke a instance method<br>
--<br>
-- at param aDispatch  (mandatory) the object name.
-- at param aMember (mandatory) the method/member name.
-- at param aResult (mandatory reference) the method result [if any].
-- at param ... the parameters for the method.
-- at return the result = empty = success
*/


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 --- On Mon 07/19, Richard Gaskin < ambassador at fourthworld.com > wrote:
From: Richard Gaskin [mailto: ambassador at fourthworld.com]
To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2004 00:51:39 -0700
Subject: Re: scriptsLimits

K wrote:<br><br> > If I create a function that takes that uses the params or param()<br> > how do I pass by parameter by reference?<br><br>Searching for "pass by reference" in the Search Documentation window <br>yields one hit with this info:<br><br>     You specify that a parameter is to be passed<br>     by reference by preceding its name with the<br>     @ character in the called handler's first line.<br><br>However, if I read your request correctly it almost sounds like what <br>you're looking for is something more akin to function pointers, no?<br><br>If so, that can be a little trickier, depending on what you're doing. <br>If my understanding is correct could you post a little more background <br>on what you're after?<br><br>-- <br>  Richard Gaskin<br>  Fourth World Media Corporation<br>  ___________________________________________________<br>  Rev tools and more:  http://www.fourthworld.com/rev<br><br>_______________________________________________<br>use-revolution mailing list<br>use-revolution at lists.runrev.com<br>http://lists.runrev.com/mailman/listinfo/use-revolution<br>

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