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Como eu faço uma função para pegar o nome de todas variaveis e funções do meu script?

--português para o ingês

How do I make a function to get the names of all variables and functions in my script?

Thanks.. And;

Sorry for my bad english.

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If you are using the full SciTE4AutoIt3 package, then you can run Tidy with the Gen_Doc and Gen_Doc_Show parameters set to 1 in the Tidy.ini file and it will generate a full list of your functions and variables for you and display it in NotePad. ;)

If you do not have the full SciTE4AutoIt3 package then you can download it from here - lots of extra goodies to help you code in AutoIt. :)


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