[HELP] Cross-script global variables?

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Marth Lowell
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In my Fire Emblem Tabletop Script , for convenience' sake when testing it on my own, I have all the functions divided up separately into different files. Let's say I declare a global variable in one file. var queue = []; Can this variable be accessed from another separate script in some way, or are all scripts sandboxed separately, making that impossible? My goal is to make a global queue that can be accessed from all scripts, though I don't know if that's possible.
Technically all of the API scripts are concatenated with each other. So that Roll20 only sees one javascript file like apiscripts.js . So you could create this global variable in one script and use it in others. I would just recommend that you put this variable in the very first API script in the list to ensure that it is created first and usable in each later script.
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Marth Lowell
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That's weird, though, since if I declare queue on the first line of the first script and try to log it on the first line of the second script, it immediately throws a reference error.
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The Aaron
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When you say you get an immediate reference error, are you talking about when you put the scripts in roll20, or in something else like a local sandbox for testing or the like?
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Marth Lowell
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In Roll20, that is. It automatically gives me ReferenceError: queue is not defined when I attempt to save, presumably because the scope for error scanning is only limited to the current API script?
How are you defining the variable? Can we see it's code?
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Marth Lowell
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It's literally just Script 1: var queue = []; Script 2: log(queue); That's it.
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Marth Lowell
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Okay, so it seems to have a problem with this when I use a pre-existing game, but I get no such error when I make a new game and type up the exact same thing, which is weird. Edit: Nevermind, the problem solved itself?
Is it possible that the problem occurred because you didn't save the first script before writing the second script?
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Marth Lowell
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That's probably it, yeah. ^^