\<bookmark_value\>Call statement\</bookmark_value\>

Call Statement

Transfers the control of the program to a subroutine, a function, or a DLL procedure.

Syntax:


[Call] Name [Parameter]

Parameters:

\<emph\>Name:\</emph\> Name of the subroutine, the function, or the DLL that you want to call

\<emph\>Parameter:\</emph\> Parameters to pass to the procedure. The type and number of parameters is dependent on the routine that is executing.

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A keyword is optional when you call a procedure. If a function is executed as an expression, the parameters must be enclosed by brackets in the statement. If a DLL is called, it must first be specified in the \<emph\>Declare-Statement\</emph\>.


Example:


Sub ExampleCall
Dim sVar As String
    sVar = "LibreOffice"
    Call f_callFun sVar
End Sub

Sub f_callFun (sText as String)
    Msgbox sText
End Sub

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