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Finding a function's definition

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Phenom

I'm looking at an AutoIt file that uses a function defined in another file that's included. The problem is that this file includes a lot of different files, and the function that I'm looking for is used in a lot of those other files. If I want to find the function definition, how can that be done easily without having to look at all those other files?

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Phenom

Awesome, thanks! :blink: Is there a way to do the opposite?

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Melba23

Phenom,

Ctrl+Shift+J takes you back to where you hit Ctrl+J. :blink:

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Phenom

I mean is there a way if you're at a function definition to visit all the places where that function is called?

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Jos

I mean is there a way if you're at a function definition to visit all the places where that function is called?

just use the standard search or the Tidy report .... see your other question.

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