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Topic Title: How to use Functions & Sub-Functions
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Created On: 12/26/2017 06:43 PM
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 12/26/2017 06:43 PM
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ConTrelos
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Hi All
I'm trying to learn some of the more advanced ins and outs of Automate and was wondering if there was any kind of tutorial or self-help on how to create and use sub-functions.
Im not sure if I can add a weblink to show you guys exactly what I am talking about, but here it goes :
https://i.imgur.com/y5Ln8IA.jpg

I have a set of web-links that are seperated by Labels.
Instead of having it all on the Main sheet and ending up in 1 very long code, I was wondering if it were possible to create sub-functions and dumps chunks of code into those pages.
I'm having a bit of a play with it and can't figure it out for the life of me. I can create those pages, but then how would I get the main page to process the code on the other pages ?

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 12/27/2017 07:51 AM
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Gijsberth de Ruiter
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I suggest, look for task function in the help file.

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