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Hi,

I'd like to compile a function from within a procedure, and I'm using RESOLVE_ROUTINE for that:

pro test_pro
resolve_routine, 'test_func', /is_function
print, test_func(2)
end

However, this doesn't seem to be working... if I (1) open the function file (see below), (2) change the return statement to x^3, (3) close it without compiling it, and (4) run the procedure above again, it will continue to print "4".

function test_func, x
return, x^2
end

I have no problems if I enter ".COMPILE test_func" at the command line. Any ideas?

Thank you

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On Feb 24, 2:17=A0pm, fgg <fabioguimaraesgoncal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'd like to compile a function from within a procedure, and I'm using RES=
OLVE_ROUTINE for that:
>
> pro test_pro
> =A0 =A0 resolve_routine, 'test_func', /is_function
> =A0 =A0 print, test_func(2)
> end
>
> However, this doesn't seem to be working... if I (1) open the function fi=
le (see below), (2) change the return statement to x^3, (3) close it withou=
t compiling it, and (4) run the procedure above again, it will continue to =
print "4".
>
> function test_func, x
> =A0 =A0 return, x^2
> end
>
> I have no problems if I enter ".COMPILE test_func" at the command line. A=
ny ideas?
>
> Thank you

I faced this issue several times before I started to have the reflex
to always do a full reset before compiling
> .reset

Jean

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