This instruction is only for the advanced user who has experience in programing.
Call the function contained inside the external DLLs.
|Parameter-type Code||Short Code||Data||Description|
|Integer||I||Integer||2 bytes, the hexadecimal notation 0x is supported.|
|Long||L||Long||4 bytes, the hexadecimal notation 0x is supported.|
|Byte||B||Byte||1 bytes, the hexadecimal notation 0x is supported.|
|String||S||Text in DBCS||
If the character space is included in the text,
the text must be quoted by the single or double quotation marks. In this case, the quotation marks could be represented
by \' or \".|
|WString||W||Text in Unicode|
|Date||D||Date and time||16 bytes (same as SYSTEMTIME in Windows API), the content should be
quoted by the number sign '#'.|
|Pointer||P||Pointer||4 bytes, a pointer to the buffer of a variable. The content must be a variable name. You can use the instruction "Advanced Set Variable Value" to pre-allocate the memory for the variable, or use the instruction to fill the variable by a structural data. |