Function Reference


Writes to a debugging session a formatted message

#include <Debug.au3>
_DebugReportEx ( $sData [, $bLastError = False [, $bExit = False]] )


$sData Data to be reported (e.g. "dllname|functionname")
$bLastError [optional] True if _WinAPI_GetLastErrorMessage() must be append to the data being reported
$bExit [optional] True if the script must be terminated

Return Value

Success: 1 (see remarks).
Failure: 0.


According to the @error flag value the message will be formatted as follow:
0 - report "Bad return from FUNCTION in DLL".
1 - report "unable to open a DLL"
3 - report "unable to find FUNCTION in DLL".

If $sData is does not contain a "|" or @error not as specified above the reported message will not be formated.
If no _DebugSetup() have been issued the function always returns.
@error of the caller is preserved.
@extended can be set to Windows API _WinNet_GetLastError() if $bLastError = True.
Otherwise it is preserved.

Each time _DebugReportEx() is called, the output is put on its own line.




#include <Debug.au3>



If @error Then _DebugReportEx("user32|anyfunction", True); with last error message appended

Local $iRet = SomeUDF("CloseClipboard")
If @error Or $iRet = 0 Then _DebugReportEx("user32|CloseClipboard")


$iRet = SomeUDF("CloseClipboard")
If @error Or $iRet = 0 Then _DebugReportEx("user32|CloseClipboard", False, True) ; Script will be terminated

_DebugReport("message3") ; will not be reported

Func SomeUDF($sFunc)
        Local $aResult = DllCall("user32.dll", "int", $sFunc)
        If @error Then Return SetError(@error, @extended, 0)
        Return $aResult[0]
EndFunc   ;==>SomeUDF