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Hi all, (please ignore the "intermidate" thing) as far as i know, returning anything from a sub, object etc, usualy returns an array, sorry dont have time to check the script, but try,
@MyArray = &YourFunction(pass variables here); ## or $MyString = &YourFunction(pass variables here); ##might work! -------------- sub YourFunction{ @array =@_; (do something) return $YourString; ##wich ya get a string return @YourArray; ##wich ya get an array, i think the array objects seperated by spaces! (and furthermore you can change the space to something else through a special command to the perl interperter! :P ) } ---------------
calling objects is done a different way! :P if your going to pass hashes there is another way to do it, but ya gonna have to ask! :P

c ya, have fun!

In reply to Re^2: returning tied array by WiseGuru
in thread returning tied array by strat

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