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Reading arguments

The arguments are stored as ``named'' or ``numbered'' variables in the context. This NASL code:

f(1, "TWO", a: 33, z: "three");
will create four variables in the context, two ``numbered'' and two ``named'':

To read those arguments, you can use one of those functions:


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Michel Arboi 2005-04-29