Discuss the future of the AutoHotkey language
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In "for k, v in obj", v2 is supposed to localize k and v, which personally I think is the way to go. I was actually really surprised when I found out v1.1 didn't do this. However, "for" loops in an assume-global function still make k and v global variables. Is this the intended effect? If so, I vote to keep the behaviour consistent.
Perhaps I'm mistaken and they do perform the same... I thought I tested it and saw that k and v didn't show up on the global variables list when a for loop is used in the main script body, but it looks like I was wrong...
The word localize might have been used in the docs at some point, I can't find it now. There shouldn't be any confusion now,In "for k, v in obj", v2 is supposed to localize k and v
It works.When the loop breaks or completes, these variables are restored to their former values.
You should use local appropriately, as you do for any other variables.
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