Passing an Argument Collection in CFScript

I’ve just been digging into ColdFusion again the past few days after working in Python exclusively for almost a month, and I almost forgot something pretty fundamental which I use a lot (since about 95% of my methods/functions in CFC’s are typically written in CFScript these days). Something I had to recall, was how to pass an argument collection to a method/function. Well, it’s quite easy, but not something that is easy to come across in the wild if you don’t already know about it:

thisStruct = StructNew();
thisStruct.argA = 1;
thisStruct.argB = 1;

I’m also having to remember to use semicolon’s again on the end of lines in CFScript, since in Python you just end a line with a CRLF.

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