Script Arguments

Each script can contain only one function, usually, it's "main", but you can define it however you want, This function can have arguments and will be executed when you send a transaction with your script.

With execute command you can pass arguments to script function, see help:

dncli tx vm execute --help

Dncli "execute" supports different kind of arguments, as:

  • Boolean values. Example: true, false.

  • U64, U8, U128 values (unsigned integers).

  • vector\ values (hex). Can be used for string values. Example: 0x68656c6c6f2c20776f726c6421.

  • Address values. Example: wallet1jk4ld0uu6wdrj9t8u3gghm9jt583hxx7xp7he8.

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