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How do you write user defined functions in LR? Give me few
functions you wrote in your previous project?



How do you write user defined functions in LR? Give me few functions you wrote in your previous pro..

Answer / mahesh sv

Before we create the User Defined functions we need to
create the external library (DLL) with the function. We add
this library to VuGen bin directory. Once the library is
added then we assign user defined function as a parameter.
The function should have the following format: __declspec
(dllexport) char* <function name>(char*, char*)Examples of
user defined functions are as follows:GetVersion,
GetCurrentTime, GetPltform are some of the user defined
functions used in my earlier project.

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