What is a function?
A function enables you to call and get results from external .NET code
Writing external .NET functions
Invoking functions from the prompt
Functions may be invoked from the prompt. If they return a non-null value, a message box is opened displaying the result.
There are two ways they may be invoked:
The name is what you want to call your function. It is recommended that you give your functions meaningful names. Names can also contain namespaces.
Naming rules:The first character can only be a letter or an underscore ('_').
The rest of the characters can be letters, digits, or underscores ('_').
Any character between the first and the last can also be a period ('.').
The name of the assembly reference that points to the assembly containing the function.
The fully-qualified type name (namespace + class name) of the instance class which has a parameterless constructor and contains the function.
The name of the method (function).
The type the function returns. It may be
This is where you configure the parameters.