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  • tenScripting 3.22 Now Available

    tenScripting 3.22 is now available.

    One of the most frequent questions I receive is when a script file has been added to the project folder, but the file has not been added to the project from within Visual Studio. The script file, individual scripts, and functions will appear in the drop down lists in tenScripting, but when you try and run the script it is not found because it was never compiled and loaded by Visual Studio because it was never added to the project.

    This new version attempts to identify that you are trying to Run a file that is not included in the project, and displays an error dialog.

    This version also defaults VS to give a warning for any implicit type casts. The project will still run, but warnings are listed so that you can verify that you really meant what was coded.

    As always, your comments and suggestions are welcome.

    tenholde
    tenholde

  • #2
    Using a comma as a delimiter

    Hi Ed.

    I am trying to use a comma to pass multiple parameters to a script, but either I'm nuts or tenscripting is interpreting the comma as a period. As you can see in the image, the run bar has a period even though I typed in a comma.

    Or maybe it's just late, and I'm nuts.

    Don
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    • #3
      From the posted image, it looks like it is a period in the parameters input box?

      Ed t.
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      • #4
        Correct. However, I typed in a comma.
        Don

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        • #5
          This may be the case of the font used being cut off at the bottom of the display box, and looking like a period. Try stopping at beginning of your script and looking at the park.
          tenholde

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          • #6
            This is the script I'm using
            PHP Code:
                Public Sub Main(ByVal parms As String)
                    
            'Dim ParmArray() As String

                    hs.WriteLog("Test", parms)
                    '
            ParmArray parms.ToString.Split(",")
                    
            'Dim Message As String = ParmArray(0)
                    '
            Dim strNumber As String ParmArray(1)
                    
            'Dim Severity As Integer = Integer.Parse(ParmArray(1))

                    ' 
            Dim ID As String "WakeSleep"

                    'If Severity = 0 Then hs.WriteLogEx(ID, Message, "#80800")       '
            Black
                    
            'If Severity = 1 Then hs.WriteLogEx(ID, Message, "#0000FF")  'Blue
                    
            'If Severity = 2 Then hs.WriteLogEx(ID, Message, "#ADD8E6")  'Light Blue
                    
            'If Severity = 3 Then hs.WriteLogEx(ID, Message, "#FF0000")  'Red
                    
            'If Severity = 4 Then hs.WriteLogEx(ID, Message, "#FFA500")  'Orange

                End Sub 
            The input was 'Three,Four'.
            I've commented out everything but the writelog statement, and it returns
            Three
            Changing the input to 'Three|Four' the script returns 'Three|Four'

            Hope this clarifies. :-)
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            • #7
              HS terminates the input parameters as soon as it sees a comma. No idea why. That's why most people use | for separated.
              tenholde

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              • #8
                Understood. Will delete use of commas for delimiter.

                Thanks for looking.
                Don

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                • #9
                  How do you...

                  Hi Ed;

                  Is there a way to debug a script where #Include and Imports statements are used?

                  PHP Code:
                   #Include includes/functions.vb
                   
                  Imports System.Threading    

                   Sub Main
                  (byVal args As String)
                   
                      
                  Logit("start",1)

                      
                  Logit("stop",1)
                      
                  End Sub 
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