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If the interpreter allows this syntax, then by all means its proper.

I was just giving an example from

#region --- GuiBuilder code Start ---
; Script generated by AutoBuilder 0.5 Prototype

by which all noobs, will get the error if they run the compile from the SciTE editor

doesn't bother me, i just delete the line if i use the GuiBuilder


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That GuiBuilder-generated code was a hack to get around that fact that old versions of GUIConstants.au3 didn't have the $WS_CLIPSIBLINGS variable defined. (And, yes, the styles should be BitOR'ed instead of added.)

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Does the Au3Check not like UNC paths or maybe hidden folder in UNC paths?

Example of include statement the produces ERROR: can't open include file

#include "\\server\hidden_path$\Library\library.au3"

I select continue anyway, and the program compiles and runs as it should.


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tylo, FYI.

The line below is legal per docs - au3check chokes on it, won't let you define array elements when you dimension said array.

Dim $completed_patnums[2] = [1,StringStripWS(StringLeft($file_contents[$i], StringInStr($file_contents[$i], ',') - 1), 3)]

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>Running AU3Check...C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTe\Defs\Unstable\Au3Check\au3check.dat
C:\Documents and Settings\Gary\My Documents\Projects\filegetter.au3(21,12) : ERROR: TCPStartup() [built-in] called with wrong number of args.
TCPStartup()
~~~~~~~~~~~^
C:\Documents and Settings\Gary\My Documents\Projects\filegetter.au3(52,17) : ERROR: TCPShutdown() [built-in] called with wrong number of args.
    TCPShutdown()
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

I believe theres more


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- True and False keywords

- redeclaring a UDF variable parameter should error out

- and the new functions TCP..() UDP..()

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Added v1.40 in the first post.

- added: Const parameters. Array initialization. Prevent redecl. of parameters.

No .dat file included, sorry. Could someone create this. JdeB, Valik.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Here's the last version generated from the 3.1.1.55 beta docs: http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/jdeb/beta/au3check.dat

-or-

Download the latest SciTe4Au3Upd.exe which contains definition files for all included tools.


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Found two issues, tylo.

The first is pretty minor. This is legal AutoIt code:

Global Const $array[2] = [1, 2]

I get this error:

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(6,20) : ERROR: syntax error

Global Const $array[

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

Removing the Const keyword avoids the error. Const arrays are allowed when using the initializer syntax so this shouldn't generate an error (I really do want to declare a constant array).

The second one causes syntax checking to fail on a lot of my functions. The example code looks like this:

Func Test($param = "")
    If $param = "" Then $param = "value"
EndFunc

And the error:

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(9,38) : ERROR: $param already declared as parameter

If $param = "" Then $param = "value"

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

This issue is pretty much a show-stopper for 1.40. A large portion of my functions either modify a parameter ByRef (So it generates this error) or use a default parameter as demonstrated in the example. None of those can make it past syntax checking now.

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Thanks, you should add:

%HotKeySet 2 <UDF>

/ADD: I've included the .dat and an updated TextPad .syn file.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Added it to both ...

Au3Check works fine for me as well....

Tnx


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Trouble with #include syntax...

It turns out that the syntax for #include is actually more flexible than documented in the help file. Both of the following actually work fine, but Au3Check thows errors:

#include "c:\folder\include.au3"
#include <c:\folder\include.au3>

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The first is pretty minor.  This is legal AutoIt code:

Global Const $array[2] = [1, 2]
Just curious. What would that code do. :)

as far as i can remember I never saw code like that before.

I just tried this:

Dim $Array[3]
Global $array[2] = [1, 2]

and I got this error:

C:\WINDOWS\Desktop\r.au3 (2) : ==> No variable given for "Dim", "Local", "Global" or "Const" statement.:

Global $array[2]= [1, 2]

Global $array[2] ^ ERROR


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Creates an array and assigns values to the array

Example:

Dim $Array[3]
Global $array[2] = [1, 2]
for $x=0 To UBound($array) -1
    MsgBox(0,$x,$array[$x])
Next

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