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The default [[Documentation#Namespace|Namespace]] is [[Documentation#Namespace local|local]] and named STD. This setting is restored when the script is stopped.
 
The default [[Documentation#Namespace|Namespace]] is [[Documentation#Namespace local|local]] and named STD. This setting is restored when the script is stopped.
  
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''Currently '''only Local scope is available'''. Global scope is to be introduced in a future version of EasyUO.''
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==== Example ====
 
==== Example ====

Revision as of 13:53, 28 August 2005

nameSpace global

Namespace commands

Synopsis

nameSpace global {namespace name}

Description

(Added in 1.39) The Namespace local commands defines the current Namespace name and scope. The {namespace name} must be a valid EasyUO name. The scope is global. A Global Namespace can be accessed by any script running within the same EasyUO instance.

The default Namespace is local and named STD. This setting is restored when the script is stopped.


Note: Currently only Local scope is available. Global scope is to be introduced in a future version of EasyUO.


Example

namespace local ns1
set !test test1

namespace local ns2
set !test test2

namespace local ns3
set !test test3

namespace local ns1
display ok !test

namespace local ns2
display ok !test

namespace clear ns2
namespace local ns2
display ok !test

namespace local ns3
display ok !test

halt

See Also

nameSpace clear nameSpace local nameSpace push nameSpace pop nameSpace copy #nsType #nsName

Main_Page Documentation

Namespace