Hi, I have a function that I would like to use some sensible defaults if nothing is overridden, but allow for passing in of values. So in the function I look at the values held by Function.Param(0..n) and see if they seem reasonable. If not, I use a default value, otherwise I assign the value passed in by the function to a local variable and use it.
The problem is Function.Param() returns 0 if the script didn't pass any value, but 0 is a valid argument to pass in some cases. Is there any way to know whether the 0 returned by Function.Param() is something that was passed in or just the default 0? If the default of Function.Param() was null or NaN I could test for that and know that nothing was passed in.
Another way to put the question is, "Is there a better way to define default Function parameters?"
Function.ParamCount tells you how many parameters were passed.
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Thank you, blackhornet! That should do it.