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[Solved] Is there some kind of "Go to line" function?

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As the title says, I would like to know if there is anything like "Jump to line number xx". Would be usefull sometimes. Thanks.

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darkmaster071,

Read all about why there is no "Go to" in Autoit here: http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/faq.htm#4

Just structure your code correctly and you really do not need it. ;-)

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Nope. Goto was removed. It only leads to bad code.

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Nope. Goto was removed. It only leads to bad code.

I agree this is the best way of doing this. It also leads to a better coding style. Make lots of functions!


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Ah, thanks. I know i dont really need it but sometimes it would be easier to just type "goto x" :)

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Ah, thanks. I know i dont really need it but sometimes it would be easier to just type "goto x" :)

And _GoHere () is so much more work? lol


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And _GoHere () is so much more work? lol

_GoHere()? Never heard of it...


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Lurch was making a joke. He just wrote a new function name. It's easy to define new functions.

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What if you want to jump right in the middle of a function ? Not all smartass answers are smart :)

Anyway, I never needed a goto in AutoIt, it hasn't even crossed my mind I think.

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Lurch was making a joke. He just wrote a new function name. It's easy to define new functions.

Oh...inside jokes :) ...lol


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It's not really an inside joke. Not a very funny one either. Heh.

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It's not really an inside joke. Not a very funny one either. Heh.

LOL...ouch.


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