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  1. Plys (/ˈplaɪz/) represents the inconspicuous wrapper which complements the AutoIt language with preprocessor keyword #import "filename" loads only public functions and variables Python-like code blocks by lines indentation (without endfunc, wend etc.) dim and const outside of functions means global and global const respectively, inside of functions means local and local const arguments of function are const by default, but with dim prefix it becomes variable short synonyms for functions as a rule using in large projects: for arrays, files and strings no “$”
  2. If you are coming from the realm of C# 3.0 then lamda expressions should be pretty familiar to you as it's basic syntactic sugar for creating a function with a conditional return. Since functions in AutoIt are first class objects, the following code should make some sense. It passes an array of integers to a function called IsTrueForAll() that checks whether the function object matches the return condition of that function (you passed). So for example a function called IsGreaterThanOrEqualTo10() checks if all values are greater than or equal to 10 (TRUE). Similarly, IsLessThan10() checks if
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