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SETLOCAL and FFIND

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TCC  31.01.22 x64   Windows 10 [Version 10.0.19045.4046]
BuildNumber  Caption                   CSDVersion  OSArchitecture  Version
19045        Microsoft Windows 10 Pro              64-bit          10.0.19045

From a stand-alone TCC console (not TCMD);
Code:
E:\...\Alias>setlocal

E:\...\Alias>memory | ffind /kvme"global|free"
            501,746 characters free
            256,123 characters free
             20,480 characters total global history

E:\...\Alias>endlocal

E:\...\Alias>memory | ffind /kvme"global|free"
            262,144 characters total global alias
            239,602 characters free
            131,072 characters total global function
            125,051 characters free
             20,480 characters total global history

Why do I get different results from running my command if SETLOCAL is active?

ADDED: Also, why are the amounts returned different?

Joe
 
I don't fully understand it but, apparently, SETLOCAL changes the use of a global list to the use of a local list and the two "total global" lines are replaced by two "total local" lines.

I can't make sense of the numbers but if you do this (below) both local and global will be reported by MEMORY.
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Thanks for the explanation.

Indeed,
my Global lists were selected,
but not my Local lists.

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Joe
 
Thanks @vefatica, I just made the changes to see the difference.

I'm still just using Global lists, not Local lists.

Joe
 

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