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Comment lines in the script

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I'd like to know how to leave a comment in an autoit script.

Most languages use //comment but it didn't seem to work.

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I'd like to know how to leave a comment in an autoit script.

Most languages use //comment but it didn't seem to work.

Cryoma,

The symbol for comments is the semi-colon ( ; )

Edited by charvi

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I'd like to know how to leave a comment in an autoit script.

Most languages use //comment but it didn't seem to work.

Welcome to the AutoItforums Cryoma :)

Like many questions, this one can be answered by the help. Search for comments, it's as simple as that!

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After you actually get around to opening the help file you should be able to find this page under Language Reference

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AutoIt should be advertised with:

AWESOME HELP FILE!

Then maybe some people will take more notice.

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JamesBrooks,

Together with your Avatar I could not miss the Help File :)

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What help file?

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Here: http://dundats.mvps.org/help/

It's also new to me. Until now I only used the Help file found when hitting the [F1] key in the SciTE Editor.

Only a pity that the examples are hard to read (too small).

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Here: http://dundats.mvps.org/help/

It's also new to me. Until now I only used the Help file found when hitting the [F1] key in the SciTE Editor.

Only a pity that the examples are hard to read (too small).

Change the font-size.

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Otherwise, if you use Scite, you can select your line(s) and do CTRL+Q to comment.

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Otherwise, if you use Scite, you can select your line(s) and do CTRL+Q to comment.

Or numpad -

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