When you run the script, the following constants are automatically created.
|apppath||The directory where the Eonza program is located.|
|data||This constant is used to transfer data when running scripts using the Run Script command or HTTP request from other applications. In this case, the script must process the received text data.|
|eonzaport||A system localhost port that is occupied by the Eonza program.|
|isconsole||Equal to true if the script is running in console mode. Otherwise, the value is false.|
|localport||The port of the system localhost server in the current script.|
|n||Line feed character (0xA).|
|os||Operating system. For example linux, windows, darwin.|
|port||The port used by the current script.|
|r||Carriage return character (0xD).|
|t||Tab character (0x9).|
|temppath||Directory for temporary files.|
In addition, the following constants are created:
- All language resources of the Eonza program.
- Global constants, which are specified in the program settings.
When accessing the constants, you have to put a dot before the name.
1Eonza Path = #.apppath# 2Temp Path = #.temppath# 3Eonza Language Resource (cancel) = #.cancel# 4OS = #.os# 5My Global Constant (myname) = #.myname#