How to compare return values of my methods?

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How to compare return values of my methods?

Post by dugovic.milan » Tue Nov 13, 2018 3:19 pm

Hey guys. Simple task for many of you, hard task for my brain. I'd like to structure, respectively instantiate both methods, in order to be able to assign their values into the variables. I can get going pretty much anything in Ranorex, but is giving me strong headaches :cry:

Note: All of my methods are public in a single .cs-File and inhereted in respective recording modules.

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public string methodOne(arguments)
{
	return stringResult;
}

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public string methodTwo(arguments)
{
	return stringResult;
}
I'd like to do something like this...

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	var value1 = methodOne();
	var value2 = methodTwo();
	if (value1 == value2)
	{
		Report.Info("Sucess!");
	}
Ranorex 8.3.0

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Re: How to compare return values of my methods?

Post by odklizec » Tue Nov 13, 2018 3:46 pm

Hi,

And what exactly is the problem? Because from my point of view, it looks like your dummy code is OK? Just make sure the variable stringResult returns string.
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