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Can I set gas price in internal transactions, of my functions? For example:

// SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT
pragma solidity 0.8.17;

interface Itest {
     function sendToken(address to) external;
}

contract TestContract {

    Itest _Itest;

    constructor(address add) {
        _Itest = Itest(add);
    }

    function sendTokens(address to1, address to2) external {
        _Itest.sendToken(to1);
        _Itest.sendToken(to2);
}
    
}

I call function sendTokens(address to1, address to2), which sent tokens on two addresses, with the help of Interface of another contract. I want to manipulate the gas price of this internal transactions.

Can I do this?

Thanks!!

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  • I am not sure I understand your answer correctly. Can you tell me what do you meant by manipulating gas prices?
    – Ad-h0c
    Commented Sep 26, 2022 at 4:20

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You cannot set/update the gas price inside your transaction. The gas price is determined by the one signing and thus initializing the transaction.

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  • and if I want to swap some tokens in DeFi (uniswap, pancakeswap) from the code in one function, will all of them have one gas price, which I chose in call of function?
    – dimokrit
    Commented Sep 27, 2022 at 13:30
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The gas price is determined by the market, not by the contract.

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