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C#: Call to WLanguage procedure
A global procedure in WLanguage can be directly called from the code of a global procedure in C#.
How to?
To call a WLanguage procedure from the code of a global procedure in C#:
  1. Type the code of WLanguage procedure. The WLanguage procedure must comply with some rules:
    • Have an acceptable name in C#.
    • The type of procedure parameters and the type of return value must be supported types: boolean, integer, real, string, buffer. We advise you to pass the parameters by value via the "LOCAL" keyword.
    • The extension attribute "C#" must be added to the WLanguage procedure.
    PROCEDURE nWL_AddOne(LOCAL n is int), C#: int
    RESULT n+1
  2. Then, all you have to do is call the procedure from the C# code.
    For example:
    int nCSharp_ResultInt(int i)
    return nWL_AddOne(i);
Use example for a .Net assembly
A global procedure in C# can call assembly functions by using using:
For example:
  • Global procedure displaying a "YesNo" message:
    using System.Windows.Forms;

    public static bool pTEST(string _sMessage, string _sTitle)

    DialogResult result;

    result = MessageBox.Show (_sMessage, _sTitle, MessageBoxButtons.YesNo,

    return  (result == System.Windows.Forms.DialogResult.Yes);

  • Call to the procedure from WLanguage (click code of a button or other):
    bRes = pTEST("This is my message", "My configured title")
    Info("YesNo in C# returned" + (bRes? "Yes" ELSE "No"))
See also
Minimum version required
  • Version 23
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