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<append>
<copy-scope>
<dec>
<define>
<elements>
<inc>
<insert>
<insert cached-href>
<insert file>
<insert href>
<insert realfile>
<insert scopes>
<insert variable>
<insert variables>
<json-format>
<json-parse>
<range>
<recaptcha-site-key>
<roxen-automatic-charset-variable>
<scope>
<set>
<sprintf>
<sscanf>
<undefine>
<unset>
<use>
<value>
<vform>

<insert variables/>

Provided by module: Tags: RXML tags

Inserts a listing of all variables in a scope. In a string or text context, the variables are formatted according to the "variables" attribute. Otherwise the scope is returned as-is, i.e. as a mapping.

Note!

It is possible to create a scope with an infinite number of variables. When such a scope is listed in string form (or iterated over with <emit source="values">), it is up to the implementation which variables are included in the list, i.e. it will not cause any problem except that all variables will not be listed. An implementation of a limited scope might also hide variables so that they don't get listed by this tag.

Compatibility note: If the compatibility level is less than 5.0 then a string list is always returned.


Attributes

variables="{full, plain}"

Specifies how the output will be formatted in a string context, as shown by the following example. The default is "plain".

<set variable="var.a">hello</set> <set variable="var.b" type="int">4711</set> <set variable="var.c" split=" ">x y z</set> <pre><insert source="variables" variables="full" scope="var"/></pre> <hr /> <pre><insert source="variables" variables="plain" scope="var"/></pre>
a="hello"
b=4711
c=({ /* 3 elements */
    "x",
    "y",
    "z"
})

a, b and c

scope

The name of the scope that should be listed, if not the present scope.