Functions
Functions are groupings of code that complete a task (function). These functions can be called upon anywhere within the code. Creating a function prevents having to replicat the same code over and over.

LinuxGSM Functions

All functions within LinuxGSM begin with an prefix fn_ and should be descriptive of what the function is doing. Words are separated by an underscore _.
For LinuxGSM development, it is important that developers understand what a function does which is why all function names must describes the propose of the function. A longer function name that describes the function is prevered over a short one that does not.

Examples

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fn_stop_graceful_cmd
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fn_update_ts3_dl
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Syntax

All functions should be formatted with the following syntax.
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fn_function_name(){
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code
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}
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