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Does Au3 support classes and structures?

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Hello,

I'm working on a little app and I was wondering if it is possible to either use C++ syntaxes or if there is something already built in. The C++ variant of what I want is:

class StringStuff 
{
private:
    int iCount;
    bool bBoolean;
    char cTempString;
public:
    char MyTitle;
    void ParseText(char* Text, int Count, bool CanParse);
};


void StringStuff::ParseText(char* Text, int COunt, bool CanParse)
{
 //code here...
}

struct OtherBooleans
{
    bool Boolean1;
    bool Boolean2;
    bool Boolean3;
}

I've seen some code where people use C++ code via a semicolon and ~. Just wondering if that is real or comments.

Thanx,

-CMR

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I'm working on a little app and I was wondering if it is possible to either use C++ syntaxes or if there is something already built in. The C++ variant of what I want is:

there are no classes and structures in AU3, except for DllCall. See help for DllStructCreate().

I've seen some code where people use C++ code via a semicolon and ~. Just wondering if that is real or comments.

; == line delimiter in C++

~ == one complement (bitwise not) in C++

Comments in C++ are either // or /* */

Cheers

Kurt


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