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I want to have print the name of a function. But str(my_function()) calls the function because functions aren't first-class objects (yet). So how can I print either: my_function() or: my_function without passing it between quotation marks?

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I'm afraid you cannot do that (yet) in GDscript. What are you trying to achieve with that?

I wanted to get the function name of which button was pressed but now I found a better solution: just connected all buttons to the same signal but each with another extra_argument.

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