file$into the current project. The code will be inserted into the current project at the position where
@INCLUDEis defined. Normally, you will want to use
@INCLUDEat the beginning of your project.
This preprocessor command is useful if you have larger projects and want to spread them over multiple files. The included files usually contain functions that you can call then from your main script. Included files can also contain preprocessor commands.
Starting from Hollywood 4.0, you can also include Hollywood applets using this command. This is useful for importing code from libraries.
See Include files for details.
;---File: script2.hws--- Function p_Print(t$) Print(t$) EndFunction ;EOF script2.hws ;---File: mainscript.hws @INCLUDE "script2.hws" p_Print("Hello World!") WaitLeftMouse End ;EOF mainscript.hwsThe code above consists of two scripts: script2.hws contains the function p_Print() which simply calls Hollywood's Print() function. script2.hws is then included in the main script which also calls the p_Print() function then.