How to allow function to access local variable without explicitly passing it as argument? R working on Environmenvariables

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asked Mar 8, 2016 by Protect_Fro (570 points)
I read about scoping in 'Advanced R' and still didn't figure this out.

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answered May 25, 2016 by wilensky (470 points)
selected May 27, 2016 by Gurfeels
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It's important to distinguish between a variable and the value it is holding.
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answered Apr 2, 2016 by StreffWirf (180 points)

This allows the caller to omit that argument when calling the subroutine.
For example, if one defines a function as def f(x) : . The function's return type is also a double. Refer to which can take you over the steps
commented Apr 3, 2016 by Bayit (180 points)
Within the procedure CountTo, there is no way to reference the global I
commented Apr 4, 2016 by villarin (670 points)
Not tried it with combo boxes but this has worked for me with other controls. It would only have been a separating edge if that had not been the case
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answered May 14, 2016 by To_helander (700 points)

Function declares a function, Sub declares a subroutine. Only functions may return a value to the caller. Use ByVal or ByRef to explicitly declare your procedure parameters.
The function will stop calling itself once the span distance reaches one.
commented May 16, 2016 by standen5442 (140 points)
I was having this same problem with my tag
commented May 16, 2016 by nishinaIs (440 points)
I have been trying to find a fix for this same issue for a couple days now
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answered May 25, 2016 by thankszigler (1,000 points)

Solutions: Dimension your variables as tightly as possible.
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answered May 28, 2016 by ern_90 (140 points)
Other answers here discuss the various problems with trying to do this
Read the second part here Active Server Pages/Functions and Subroutines - Wikibooks ...

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