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I am setting up a test thingy on my Ubuntu to test all the functions. Where can I get a complete list of functions, just their names, nothing else? History has too much info and is not alphabetized.


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Tomohashi

I am setting up a test thingy on my Ubuntu to test all the functions. Where can I get a complete list of functions, just their names, nothing else? History has too much info and is not alphabetized.

Did you try the autoIt help file?

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sandman

I mean just a list, something I can scroll through and type into easily.

I just realized now, I can make a script that lists all the filenames in Examples.. then save that to a .txt, right?


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Tomohashi

I mean just a list, something I can scroll through and type into easily.

I just realized now, I can make a script that lists all the filenames in Examples.. then save that to a .txt, right?

Yeah, au3's save as txt's.

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au3.api in Scite4AutoIt3. Just do some filtering in your script to create the final result. :)

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