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#include <>

#include-once

how do i use these code? and what exactly does it do?

i been looking around but still not quite sure about it

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Heh, so the help file isn't sufficient? Please go to the help file and read it there.

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Heh, so the help file isn't sufficient? Please go to the help file and read it there.

lol looked at the help file again and i found my answer.. thanks xD

didnt see it the first time

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

#include <>

For (Loading) New Functions From a Library

===============

For Example ::

#include <File.au3>

It's Load This new Functions

;_FileCountLines

;_FileCreate

;_FileListToArray

;_FilePrint

;_FileReadToArray

;_FileWriteFromArray

;_FileWriteLog

;_FileWriteToLine

;_PathFull

;_PathGetRelative

;_PathMake

;_PathSplit

;_ReplaceStringInFile

;_TempFile

===========================

Lock At Help File For Other Infomation

Or Lock At C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\UDFs3.chm You Will Found In It Help For Defulte UDF ...

If There Error In My English , I'm Sory ,, My English Is Bad

Edited by Ashalshaikh

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#include <>

For (Loading) New Functions From a Library

===============

For Example ::

#include <File.au3>

It's Load This new Functions

;_FileCountLines

;_FileCreate

;_FileListToArray

;_FilePrint

;_FileReadToArray

;_FileWriteFromArray

;_FileWriteLog

;_FileWriteToLine

;_PathFull

;_PathGetRelative

;_PathMake

;_PathSplit

;_ReplaceStringInFile

;_TempFile

===========================

Lock At Help File For Other Infomation

Or Lock At C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\UDFs3.chm You Will Found In It Help For Defulte UDF ...

If There Error In My English , I'm Sory ,, My English Is Bad

thanks ^^

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Don't know if this will help you, but it took me a long time to realize that #include and #include-once seem to run any "loose code" (i.e. not inside a func) at the point they are included. I could not find this fact in the help anywhere.

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