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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.WindowList


Name WindowList
Type Method
Summary Lists all miniwindows
Prototype VARIANT WindowList();

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Description

This returns a list of all miniwindows created for this world. You could use this to find which windows have been created, and then use WindowInfo to find information about each one.

For more information, see:

http://www.gammon.com.au/mushclient/mw_creation.htm


Note: Available in version 4.34 onwards.


Lua example
-- show all windows
windows = WindowList()

if windows then
  for _, v in ipairs (windows) do 
    Note (v) 
  end
end -- if any
Lua notes
Lua returns nil if there are no miniwindows.
Returns If there are no miniwindows then the return value is empty. Use "IsEmpty" to test for this possibility.

Otherwise, it returns a variant array containing the names of all the miniwindows. Use "ubound" to find the number of miniwindows in the list. You can then use "WindowInfo" to find details about each miniwindow.
Introduced in version 4.34

See also ...

Function Description
WindowCreate Creates a miniwindow
WindowInfo Returns information about a miniwindow
WindowShow Shows or hides a miniwindow

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