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Old   April 15, 2011, 05:49
Default Tecplot360 - Macros calling Macros?
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Hey guys

I have got a question regarding Tecplot:
1st File:
Main_Macro : Just to gibe you an idea how it should work
#$!VarSet |MFBD| = Test1
#$!VarSet |MFBD| = Test2
#$!VarSet |MFBD| = Test2

OpenMacro SubMacro1.mcr
Open Macro SubMacro2.mcr
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2nd File:
SubMacro1.mcr
The Submacros are making Plots with using the Variable Varset MFBD in Macro 1
SubMacro


So my goal is to setup the VarSet Path Variable in the Mainfile and to use this Variable for all other following Macros. How can I call them to run? And how can I "save" the Pathvariable?

Thanks for help
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Old   April 15, 2011, 06:32
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Wrong forum, try tecplot.com
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