On unload

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The on UNLOAD event triggers in a script when the script is unloaded.

on <level>:UNLOAD:<commands>

Read access levels to get more info about the <level> field.

You can use this event to allow a script to cleanup, e.g. unsetting variables it did need.


on *:UNLOAD: {
 echo -a Script xyz just unloaded.
 unset %xyz*

This example would at first echo that the script is unloaded and then unset all variables beginning with xyz.

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