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Documentation of ObjEvent

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Indi2Go

Hello,

I have a question regarding a sentence in the documentation of ObjEvent function.

 

ObjEvent ( "AutoIt.Error" [, "function"] )

....

If the second parameter is omitted, it will return the name of the current Error handler function or function, depending what was used when registering.

 

Is there a typo? Or what is meant by " ... or function"?

/Indi2Go

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Jos

Have you scrolled down in the helpfile and looked at the example?

ps, this is a general AutoIt3 question, not AutoItX, so moved.

Jos

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Indi2Go

I have looked at the example, but in this example the Error handler is only set.

There is no example for asking the Error handler function, which happens when the second parameter is missing.

Unfortunatly in the helpfile the paramter for using ObjEvent to register a Error handler isn't described.

In the helpfile for 3.3.8.1 the syntax description looks like following:

ObjEvent ( "AutoIt.Error" [, "function name"] )

in 3.3.10.0 now it looks like following:

ObjEvent ( "AutoIt.Error" [, "function"] )

So I quess I could use a function name or ??? as paramter for register a Error handler.

If I ask for for the Error handler ( ObjEvent("AutoIt.Error")), I get the function name or ??? back.

But was is ???

I'm helping to translate the helpfile to german. So I'd like the understand the behavior of the function.

Thanks,

   Indi2Go

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