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Added in 1.9.0

$readn

Returns the line number that was matched in a previous call to $read. If no match was found, $readn is set to zero.

Example

; Read a random line from the file 'file.txt'.
//noop $read(file.txt)

; Print the line number from the last $read.
//echo -ag Line number from the last read was: $readn

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