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<dt class="note">'''[[User:Alef|Alef]]'''
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<dd class="note">File path is always relative to mission directory. If script dir\a.sqf includes dir\b.sqf, use "dir\b.sqf" and not "b.sqf".
 
<dd class="note">File path is always relative to mission directory. If script dir\a.sqf includes dir\b.sqf, use "dir\b.sqf" and not "b.sqf".
  
 
<dd class="notedate">Posted on July 8, 2011
 
<dd class="notedate">Posted on July 8, 2011
<dt class="note">'''[[User:kju|kju]]'''
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<dd class="note">Use [[preprocessFileLineNumbers]] instead as it provides more context information on error.
 
<dd class="note">Use [[preprocessFileLineNumbers]] instead as it provides more context information on error.
  
 
<dd class="notedate">Posted on December 17, 2013
 
<dd class="notedate">Posted on December 17, 2013
<dt class="note">'''[[User:Killzone_Kid|Killzone_Kid]]'''
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<dd class="note">The main difference between [[preprocessFile]] and [[preprocessFileLineNumbers]] is that the latter adds #line directive to the target file, which allows to log the __LINE__ error happened at and the __FILE__ error happened in.
 
<dd class="note">The main difference between [[preprocessFile]] and [[preprocessFileLineNumbers]] is that the latter adds #line directive to the target file, which allows to log the __LINE__ error happened at and the __FILE__ error happened in.
  
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<dd class="notedate">Posted on July 25, 2014
 
<dd class="notedate">Posted on July 25, 2014
<dt class="note">'''[[User:BrotherhoodOfHam|BrotherhoodOfHam]]'''
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<dd class="note"><br>Essentially what the preprocessFile command does is it refers to the contents of a file as a string:<br>
 
<dd class="note"><br>Essentially what the preprocessFile command does is it refers to the contents of a file as a string:<br>
 
Example 1:
 
Example 1:

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Posted on March 4, 2008
Alef
File path is always relative to mission directory. If script dir\a.sqf includes dir\b.sqf, use "dir\b.sqf" and not "b.sqf".
Posted on July 8, 2011
kju
Use preprocessFileLineNumbers instead as it provides more context information on error.
Posted on December 17, 2013
Killzone_Kid
The main difference between preprocessFile and preprocessFileLineNumbers is that the latter adds #line directive to the target file, which allows to log the __LINE__ error happened at and the __FILE__ error happened in. PreprocessFile.jpg
Posted on July 25, 2014
BrotherhoodOfHam

Essentially what the preprocessFile command does is it refers to the contents of a file as a string:
Example 1:
boop.html: <t align = 'center' valign = 'middle' shadow = '0' size = '2'>structured text</t> init.sqf: _text = parseText preprocessFile "boop.html"; hint _text;
This is especially useful for long strings, and it works on files with any file extension as long as they can be edited with a text editor.
Example 2:
init.sqf:
hint preprocessFile "description.ext"; copyToClipboard preprocessFile "mission.sqm"; The above is all valid. However, using *.jpg or any other files saved in an image format is not possible.

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