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am632

Hi,

I'm putting together a script and its getting quite large. I was wondering if I could write my functions as individual scripts which I could then 'call' when I need them? How would I go about doing this please? This is purely to keep my project tidy and structured.

Thanks

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kylomas

am632,

You can put any part of your script in a seperate file and use #include to add the code to your source at compile time.  You then refer to functions as if they were inline in the code.  Make sure that your includes are at the top of the script.

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Melba23

am632,

You might also want to make use of the #region...#endregion directives in SciTE which allow you to fold sections of your script. I have a 4500+ line script which folds into 17 lines with no function more than 3 clicks away. ;)

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am632

Kwl, thanks for both the suggestions, I think regions are perfect for my needs this time but its good to know I can include seperate files to.

Thanks guys

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