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I know if you press ctrl-j on a function it will take you to that function's declaration. Is there a similar thing for variables?

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Jos

I know if you press ctrl-j on a function it will take you to that function's declaration. Is there a similar thing for variables?

Nope.

Tidy can generate a report that shows the source and the used Variable and lines where they are defined and used.

Jos


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Phenom

Tidy just rearranges the code. How do you get a report from it?

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Jos

Tidy just rearranges the code. How do you get a report from it?

Hint: Helpfile that comes with SciTE4AutoIt3 installer that is opened with Ctrl+F1

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Melba23

Tidy just rearranges the code.

:blink:

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Jos

I like the "just" in there ....

Wondering if anybody understands the complexity of creating a program like that. :blink:


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