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How to return in a part of the code

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Hello, sorry if my English isn't so good.

I have a problem:

When the code is finish I should return 10 lines up.

I don't know how can I do this.....In c++ code I would use:

1:



goto 1;

Someone can help me?

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xscc,

Welcome to the AutoIt forum. :x

There is no GoTo function in AutoIt - "It's evil. No, you can't ask why - it just is" as the Help file puts it. :shifty:

Seriously, to see how you might recast your code to run without GoTo look at the Help file "Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) No 4" - you basically use loops and functions.

Some people find it quite tricky at first, I know I did, but you will soon get the hang of it. :P

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

xscc,

Welcome to the AutoIt forum. :P

There is no GoTo function in AutoIt - "It's evil. No, you can't ask why - it just is" as the Help file puts it. :nuke:

Seriously, to see how you might recast your code to run without GoTo look at the Help file "Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) No 4" - you basically use loops and functions.

Some people find it quite tricky at first, I know I did, but you will soon get the hang of it. :shifty:

M23

Ah ok thanks...sorry if I don't search in this site first I open a post :x Edited by xscc

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