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    Where are the user-defined (and other) functions located?

    Hi,
    Silk has a beautiful mechanism for documenting the functions/methods written by a user, and the prototype for these get reflected in the library browser or in html files (with the Silk Help Generator). But, how can I find out as to where the concerned function is defined (i.e. in which file?) I guess Rational Robot has an interface for the same. Do let me know.

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    Re: Where are the user-defined (and other) functions located?

    Double click (highlight) the function call and type Ctrl-. (hold down control key and then press the period key) It should take you to where function / method is defined. It doesn't always work for me, but most of the time it does...

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    Re: Where are the user-defined (and other) functions located?

    I meant if I saw the function's prototype in the library browser, how do I locate where or in which file the function is defined?

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    Re: Where are the user-defined (and other) functions located?

    Tom: your trick is amazing!!! lol I could use of it.

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    Re: Where are the user-defined (and other) functions located?

    Tom,
    The only thing you might add is that when you use Ctrl-. that it compiles your script. So if you have a big script it can take a few seconds.

    It also works with for finding window declarations.

    MikeF

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    Re: Where are the user-defined (and other) functions located?

    pbmtester - Sorry, I missed that you were in the library browser.

    GKs - thanks!

    MikeF - forgot to mention the compile part - good point


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