Put a value into a COM object property.
obj Environment variable that contains a valid handle to a COM object. property Specifies the name of the COM object property to set. value Specifies the value to put into the COM object property.
Parameter value can be any of the following :-
environment variable - name of an environment variable containing a sequence of characters. string - sequence of characters enclosed in double quotes. number - a valid integer or real. @true - boolean value for true. eg, -1 @false - boolean value for false. eg, 0 @null - pointer value for NULL. eg. 0
Internally, the WinOne® Command Prompt will convert from one type to another type, as the COM object requires. For example, if a COM object is expecting an integer and the string "10" is passed instead, the WinOne® Command Prompt will automatically attempt to convert the string into an integer and so on. If the value specified can not be successfully converted to the correct type then a suitable error message is displayed.