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samibb, 

Why on earth did you hijack a totally unrelated thread to ask this question? 

Short answer: No, because GOTO is evil. 

Longer answer: AutoIt uses functions instead, which offers more control over the flow of your script without the risk of spaghetti code. 

M23

 

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2 hours ago, Melba23 said:

GOTO is evil. 

I'll be the devil's advocate and say that it is not... but it is pretty easy to misuse :D

@samibb As many others have pointed out in this thread, functions are used to split tasks into separate sections of code. For other uses of GOTO, consider using loops and other various control flow statements to accomplish your task :)

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Dear @junkew

thank you very much .

My program uses Internet via IE and running in list of sorted step.

when the internet disconnect i need to start over after re signing because I'll lost the previse step.

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 

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You can do something like below

You can assign function to a variable like

$f=consolewrite

$f("hello world")

Just read the call, assign, eval, exitloop keywords in the helpfile

func example() 
   $stepCount=0

   ;Some restart logic
   if ($failed) then
        $stepCount = 25
   endif
   
   while ($stepCount <=99) 
        call "step" & cstr($iCount)
        
        $stepCount=$stepCount+1
   wend  
endfunc

func step1()
...
endfunc

func step2()
...
endfunc
...
func step99()
...
endfunc

Nice example

 

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To follow previous suggestions, here the way to use Loop as GoTo :

#include <Constants.au3>

Const $NUMBER_OF_STEPS = 2

Local $iStep = 1
While True
  SignIn()
  Do
    Call ("Step" & $iStep)
    If @error then ContinueLoop 2
    $iStep += 1
  Until $iStep > $NUMBER_OF_STEPS
  ExitLoop
WEnd

Func SignIn()
  ConsoleWrite ("Sign in" & @CRLF)
EndFunc
Func Step1()
  ConsoleWrite ("Step 1" & @CRLF)
EndFunc
Func Step2()
  ConsoleWrite ("Step 2" & @CRLF)
EndFunc

 

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Just to say, if we had access to the internal stack of AutoIt return addresses and we could delete the top one (POP), it would be like turning the last used gosub into a GOTO ....

small minds discuss people average minds discuss events great minds discuss ideas.... and use AutoIt....

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