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  1. Hello friends , I was working on my project today and got a wild idea with Switch..EndSwitch statements, it looks like this: #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> $iWildInteger = 10 Switch $iWildInteger Case 1 MsgBox($MB_OK, "AutoIt Forums", "The value of $iWildInteger is " & 1 & '.') Case 2, Else MsgBox($MB_OK, "AutoIt Forums", "The value of $iWildInteger is " & 2 & ' or else.') EndSwitchA case with Else and another value... I tried it but It didn't work , I think its great to have a feature like this so
  2. Ok, hi guys. First, let me say that this is just a concept, an idea, I don't know enough programming to do that but I had this weird idea for a programming language. I don't know if this also exists. I was playing with AutoIt, and then the #region gave me a weird idea, what I call "Regional Programming". Imagine this, scripting with regions instead of variables and function, a mix of both. A region can contain values or orders, for example (I'm gonna use AutoIt-like scripting): Global #Region Data "Think of this as a big variable where you can put everything in everyline and it can have m
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