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Using a number as a hotkey?

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TDK44

I have learned a lot reading around on this forum, however, I am having trouble getting this script to work with a number set as the triggering hotkey. It works perfectly if I use a letter or function key, and I would like to bind it to non-keypad numbers.

Error I am getting upon running this script is 'Line 10...func 5() Error:Badly formatted "func" statement."

Any insight would be greatly appreciated!

Global $a

HotKeySet("5", "5")

While 1

MouseGetPos()

sleep(10)

WEnd

Func 5()

send("j")

sleep(100)

send("b")

sleep(100)

send("u")

sleep(100)

;MsgBox(32, "a", "a")

EndFunc

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DW1

From the help file:

Function names must start with either a letter or an underscore, and the remainder of the name can contain any combination of letters and numbers and underscores.

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Melba23

TDK44,

From the Help file:

"Function names must start with either a letter or an underscore, and the remainder of the name can contain any combination of letters and numbers and underscores"

Does that make it clearer? :)

M23


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TDK44

That actually did...I guess I missed that part in the help file, but thank both of you for pointing it out to me. Got it working!

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kylomas

TDK44,

What was your solution?

kylomas


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somdcomputerguy

He probably correctly renamed the assigned function.


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