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Is the order is matter in AutoIt?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

I see some scripts, and for example in some functions they uses some variables which declared in the main script

after the line of calling to the function.

So my question is if the order in the script is matter?

Thanks.

Edited by atzoref

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Yes, if you try to access a variable, before it is declared, you will get an error.

Global $1 = 1
Global $2 = 2
Global $3 = 3
_Test1()
Global $4 = 4
_Test2()
Global $5 = 5
Func _Test1()
MsgBox(0,0,$1 & $2 & $3)
EndFunc
Func _Test2()
MsgBox(0,0,$1 & $2 & $3 & $4 & $5)
EndFunc

EDIT:

But the position of any function you might create does not matter, they are read before execution of the script.

Edited by JohnOne

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Because I see a function like this:

GUICtrlSetOnEvent($ID, "Some Func")

it calls to function which use "X" variable

but this "X" variable declare just after thie line:

GUICtrlSetOnEvent($ID, "Some Func")

How can that be?

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

maybe if you post workable script we can see, note that included UDF-s have in them declared variables so command 4 example

GUICreate("", 169, 68, 20, 20, $WS_POPUP)

will need

#include <WindowsConstants.au3>

that have $WS_POPUP declared in UDF

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Because I see a function like this:

GUICtrlSetOnEvent($ID, "Some Func")

it calls to function which use "X" variable

but this "X" variable declare just after thie line:

GUICtrlSetOnEvent($ID, "Some Func")

How can that be?

So move it to before that line if it causing problem.


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