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  1. Other than seeing it (and ignoring it, sometimes) within the helpfile, is there an quicker and easier way to tell when an include is needed? I spent a little time trying to debug some code before realizing I was missing the include all along. I can see the general error, error: %MacroName% undefined function, when I compile, but in my case I didn't bother looking at the top of the script (2,500 lines of code) to see if the include (UDF ?) was included.
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