Re: typede in VB scripting
Ferenc Schmel <Ferenc Schmfirstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have created several interfaces to change things in my software.
The VBScript which I load run fine, but now I have a small trouble.
One of my variables is a coordinate. I want to set this from the
Macro to a value, and maybe read it out later. I know I could use
property get X, and property get Y on all my coordinates, but I want
to give the user the opportunity to declare a varaible say Coord and
get the values into that. for example:
a = STLDoc.designOffset
a.x = 15
STLDoc.designOffset = a
Define a simple COM interface with two properties.
Is it possible and if yes then how? (it should be because in the idl
file this works:
VBScript doesn't support UDTs (aka structs). Mainly because it doesn't
actually read type libraries, and relies exclusively on
IDispatch::GetIdsOfNames to resolve names.
With best wishes,
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