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are there any commands like a reference guide?

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Please explain yourself better, that was not clear as to what it is you're looking for.


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Please explain yourself better, that was not clear as to what it is you're looking for.

Im looking for a book of a pdf which lists all the commands that ScITE editor uses along with a small description of what each command is, basically like a reference guide.

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If your looking for a reference to Scite Commands, Under the Menu Section 'Help' choose 'Scite help'

If your looking for a reference to functions and syntax offered by the AutoIt language, Then there is a help file that was included with your AutoIt download. If you are using Scite that came with the AutoIt download, press F1 while Scite is active.


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If your looking for a reference to functions and syntax offered by the AutoIt language, Then there is a help file that was included with your AutoIt download.

That info is available online also. AutoIt

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