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Another way to pass arguments to a func is to name them when calling. Normally when you call a func, the arguments used will be placed in the func's arguments in the order they are set when you call that func.
proc/SomeProc(a, b, c) world << "[a] is first, [b] is second, [c] is third." proc/Main() SomeProc(1, 2, 3) // 1 goes to a since it's first in the list and so on...
However, you can specify the order using named arugments.
proc/Main() SomeProc(c = 3, b = 2, a = 1) // will produce the same result as above...
This is mainly useful for ensuring that the right variables go to the right arguments since order doesn't matter when using names.
Note: Named arguments that don't match any of the arguments in the proc you call will produce a
runtime error. You'll learn more about these later on.