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SyntaxColoring.CheckVariableDeclaration.Enable

Enables checking variable declarations in FileMaker Scripts.

Component Version macOS Windows Server FileMaker Cloud FileMaker iOS SDK
SyntaxColoring 3.5 Yes No No No No

MBS( "SyntaxColoring.CheckVariableDeclaration.Enable" )

Parameters

none

Result

Returns OK on success.

Description

Enables checking variable declarations in FileMaker Scripts.
Settings are saved in preferences files and you can use different settings in different FileMaker versions.
Works with FileMaker 11 and newer.
Checking variable declarations can only be enabled in FileMaker Pro, not in server or runtime versions.
By default this is off. It takes some additional CPU time for drawing the script and not everyone may want to have it on. Of course the extra work for the CPU should not be noticeable to the developer. Variable names declared inside Let commands are not recognized.
May only work in Advanced version of FileMaker.

You can declare variables in comment when writing @param, @variable or @constant in the comment followed by variable name.

Examples

Enable or disable checking variable declarations:

If (Enable)
      Set Variable [$r; MBS( "SyntaxColoring.CheckVariableDeclaration.Enable" )]
else
      Set Variable [$r; MBS( "SyntaxColoring.CheckVariableDeclaration.Disable" )]
end if

See also


SyntaxColoring.CheckVariableDeclaration.Disable   -   SyntaxColoring.CheckVariableDeclaration.Enabled

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