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Charlie-Boo

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Jun 6, 2022, 3:44:58 PMJun 6
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IRIS won't start
"local license key not found"
Licensed to: [blank]

Charlie

Matthew R. Wilson

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Jun 6, 2022, 6:23:37 PMJun 6
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On 2022-06-06, Charlie-Boo <shyma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> IRIS won't start
> "local license key not found"
> Licensed to: [blank]

https://www.intersystems.com/support

Charlie-Boo

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Jun 8, 2022, 9:37:40 AMJun 8
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Hi Matt,

Freedom isn’t free – nor is InterSystems support anymore.

I got it to work and now I’m trying to connect to Studio:

C:\InterSystems\IRIS\bin\Cstudio.exe

Select a server on the list:
IRIS (localhost[51774])
OK

Log on to IRIS
Username: _system
Password: _____
I tried:
xxx
system
_system
mgr

Thanks,
Charlie

Charlie-Boo

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Jun 8, 2022, 10:16:54 AMJun 8
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I found it in the documentation.
You have to enter in a password but the documentation tells you the password.
Cool.

Charlie-Boo

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Jun 12, 2022, 2:14:48 PMJun 12
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On Monday, June 6, 2022 at 6:23:37 PM UTC-4, Matthew R. Wilson wrote:
How do I write a subroutine that returns an array? I see only QUIT SINGLEVALUE

Charlie

retired developer

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Jun 12, 2022, 6:45:20 PMJun 12
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On 12.06.22 20:14, Charlie-Boo wrote:

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> How do I write a subroutine that returns an array? I see only QUIT SINGLEVALUE
>


test ; Testroutine
k arr
s arr(1)=123
s arr(3)=333
w "Sum ",$$doubleSum(.arr),! ; <-- notice the dot in front of arr
w arr(1),!
w arr(3),!
q

doubleSum(par)
s par(1)=par(1)*2
s par(3)=par(3)*2
q par(1)+par(3)


A dot in front of an argument(variable) means it's a Call-By-Reference,
without an dot it's a Call-By-Value.

To pass an array to a function (or subroutine) or to get an array back
from a function (or subroutine), you have to use Call-By-Reference.

Hth

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