function's "compile" flag
Raz A.
Haifa,

Aug 10, 2016
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Re: function's "compile" flag

I understand that you should check the compile flag if you want it to be added to the compilation and .exe .

What i dont  understand is why should i use that flag if i am not refferencing the function?

Can someone give an example which i need to set the compile flag  of a function even that the function is not referenced?

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Raz A.
Haifa,

Aug 10, 2016
79 Posts

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Re: function's "compile" flag

Actually you already answered me in another thread....:

s="func"
Proc=s
Proc()

You will get a run -time error since at compile time proc=s does not know that s contain "Proc".

so in this example ill need to check the compile flag of func().....

Raz A.
Haifa,

Aug 11, 2016
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Re: function's "compile" flag



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