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Beta functions?

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Hi all; first post here. I'm an autoit noob who is playing around with it for the first time. I found the complete list of built-in autoit functions, but I keep running across other useful functions that are not in that list. Those functions all begin with an underscore, and some (if not all) require some sort of "Include" line at the top. I think I read once that these are functions that work with the beta, but I may not be remembering that correctly. Regardless, is there a list of these functions and their descriptions/examples? If so, can someone please point me there. I've looked around the forums and wiki site but can't find anything.

Thanks!

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In the help file, look near the bottom for User Defined Functions. If they are not in there then they are functions that are not included with AutoIt and you will have to search the forums to find them.

The underscore usually shows they are User Defined Functions and not native functions.


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Ah I see it. In the help file, a list of user defined functions. Thanks so much!

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