Smart Contract Interaction

Now that you have deployed the Hello World smart contract on the Tron blockchain. You can interact with your contract by calling functions defined in HelloWorld.sol in Tron-IDE.



Enter the contract address (TAbsq7DzmrFriHZ5Vk2cK4npCcYPvtWhZ8) into At Address to call smart contract functions.

The contract contains two functions: postMessage and getMessage.

The postMessage function is state-changing because it changes the message variable within the contract. The calling of this function needs a signature and consumes energy. The getMessage function is read-only, it only returns the message variable (reading the contract, not changing the state) and no signature or resources consume is needed.

A successful call of getMessage returns the id and contract_result and the transaction receipt. The id is the hash of the transaction broadcasted to the blockchain, and the contract_result is the output of the function call. The getMessage function returns the variable message, it's an empty string in this example. You can make a change that by calling postMessage.

You have successfully created, compiled, deployed, and interacted the HelloWorld smart contract on the TRON blockchain. Congratulations!