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  1. I seem to have lost my sense of how the Global scope works. In this example $p is Global but I can't seem to set $p in function __One and then pass that version of $p to function __Two. I thought you could set a Global to a new value from within a function and it would affect the Global value. I've stared and played with this code for over an hour and I'm missing something really basic. Help appreciated. #AutoIt3Wrapper_run_debug_mode=Y ; use this to debug in console window <--- LOOK Global $p = 999 MsgBox(0, "DEBUG", "MAIN - $p = '" & $p &
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