Macro Scheduler 15

VBRun

VBRun>Subroutine[,Parm1,Parm2,...]

 

Not supported in Macro Scheduler Lite.

 

Executes the specified VBScript subroutine in the proceeding VBScript code block.  Parameters can be passed to the subroutine.  Macro Scheduler allows up to 25 parameters to be passed.  The number of parameters passed must equal the number expected by the subroutine, otherwise a run time error will occur.

 

Macro Scheduler variables may be used in any part of the command.

 

It is possible to set the VBScript code timeout using the VBS_TIMEOUT variable.  By default VBScript code will never timeout.  To set a timeout, set VBS_TIMEOUT to a value in milliseconds.

 

Abbreviation : VBR

See also: VBEval

Links to VBScript Documentation: http://www.mjtnet.com/resources.htm

 

Example

 

VBSTART

 

Function MultiplyNums (d,a)

  MultiplyNums = d * a

End Function

 

Sub DisplayMessage (msg)

  MsgBox msg

End Sub

 

Function GetName

  GetName = InputBox("Enter Your Name : ")

End Function

 

VBEND

 

Let>a=5

VBEval>MultiplyNums(%a%,2),answer

MessageModal>answer

 

VBRun>DisplayMessage,Hello World

 

VBEval>GetName,name

MessageModal>Your Name is : %name%