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Does it matter where #include goes?

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I have a mother script that generates a UDF file for a child script. Everything works and has tested properly but I realized that a couple times it generated it with the #include-once and some of the #include <Lib.au3> moved around a bit. It still worked but I wanted to make sure this wasn't going mess anything up in the long run. The file is all functions and constants and the #include always stays outside for functions

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The included code is inserted at the point of the #Include<> statement, so yes it does matter where you put the #Include<> lines.

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As a safe rule you should place #includes before code. The problem is that if ever you access a variable or constant (defined in an include) prior to the #include line, the interpretor will error out, since declaration of the variable/constant has not been encountered.

There is no such issue with functions.


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Thanks for your help guys.

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