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  • Bob Serack
    Thanks for getting back with me. I ve never been good at explaining things! Yes, my clips are named top4/1, top4/2, ... top4/4. And I have a bottom set also.
    Message 1 of 13 , May 23, 2006
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      Thanks for getting back with me.
      I've never been good at explaining things!

      Yes, my clips are named top4/1, top4/2, ... top4/4.
      And I have a 'bottom' set also.
      Each of these contain all the forward/backward/home htm code to link between
      my index pages that I am setting up.
      Since some of my page sets have 2 index pages, or up to 8 or 9 index pages,
      I have to have all these sets to insert at the top and bottom of my code.
      I'm just trying to automate the process, and clips seems the way to go.
      Just need to crawl before I can walk!

      I think I figured out how to concatenate.
      I didn't realize it could be that easy.
      I thought there was a function to do that, but I figured out that I could
      just do something like this ...
      ^!set %TopClip%=^$StrTrim("Top")$^%DocCount%/^%Index%
      where DocCount is the total Index pages that I have loaded up and the index
      is the number 1 through whatever ...
      This gives me %TopClip% with a value of 'Top4/2' or whatever the count and
      index are.
      Now I just have to figure out how to execute that clip.
      My attempt at it didn't work.
      I tried
      ^!Clip ^%TopClip%.
      I'll just have to do more reading in HELP.

      And yes, I am referring to the opened Index pages (tabs, whatever they are
      called!).
      I would open them in the order that I would want them processed

      We can close this thread as I think I figured out how to concatenate.
      I have more questions which I'll write up at a later date.

      Thanks again ...




      Later, BS





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      To: ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [Clip] Concatenation


      skyflyerdezign wrote:
      > I am very new to Clips.
      > I am slowly figuring it out. I'll get it!
      >
      > Here is my current issue.
      > I have executed ^$GetDocCount$.
      > That will give me how many documents I have open.
      > I might have documents Index1.htm --> Index4.htm open.
      > I want to cycle/loop through all 4 documents and run a clip or two
      > based on document position to change some of my htm code.
      > I need to concatenate some text, total document count, and current
      > index of the loop to match one of my clips that I would then execute
      > in that document.
      > I need to create this string - 'top4/2', (where 'top' is the text, 4
      > is total documents, and 2 is the current index of the loop.
      > 'top4/2' is the name of my clip that I would like to execute in
      > index2.htm.
      > I also have a bot4/2. I am inserting certain sets of htm code in
      > each of the index files.
      > I hope some of this makes sense.
      > I have looked at the text functions, but nothing jumped out at me!
      > If there is a different way of doing this, let me know where I can see
      > an example.
      > Thanks in advance for any help.
      > Bob
      >
      Hi Bob,

      Welcome to clips. I have to say I am not sure I follow you exactly.
      You can easily assemble strings of text. Is this a string with
      variables or what? You found ^$GetDocCount$ which I think is equal to
      the "4" in your example? You can use a counter for the index at a given
      time and increment it when you are done with that particular document,
      and then move to the next document. Maybe a specific example will help?


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    • Bob Serack
      Thanks for getting back with me. I ve never been good at explaining things! Yes, my clips are named top4/1, top4/2, ... top4/4. And I have a bottom set also.
      Message 2 of 13 , May 23, 2006
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        Thanks for getting back with me.
        I've never been good at explaining things!

        Yes, my clips are named top4/1, top4/2, ... top4/4.
        And I have a 'bottom' set also.
        Each of these contain all the forward/backward/home htm code to link between
        my index pages that I am setting up.
        Since some of my page sets have 2 index pages, or up to 8 or 9 index pages,
        I have to have all these sets to insert at the top and bottom of my code.
        I'm just trying to automate the process, and clips seems the way to go.
        Just need to crawl before I can walk!

        I think I figured out how to concatenate.
        I didn't realize it could be that easy.
        I thought there was a function to do that, but I figured out that I could
        just do something like this ...
        ^!set %TopClip%=^$StrTrim("Top")$^%DocCount%/^%Index%
        where DocCount is the total Index pages that I have loaded up and the index
        is the number 1 through whatever ...
        This gives me %TopClip% with a value of 'Top4/2' or whatever the count and
        index are.
        Now I just have to figure out how to execute that clip.
        My attempt at it didn't work.
        I tried
        ^!Clip ^%TopClip%.
        I'll just have to do more reading in HELP.

        And yes, I am referring to the opened Index pages (tabs, whatever they are
        called!).
        I would open them in the order that I would want them processed

        We can close this thread as I think I figured out how to concatenate.
        I have more questions which I'll write up at a later date.

        Thanks again ...




        Later, BS





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        Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2006 1:46 PM
        To: ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: Re: [Clip] Concatenation


        skyflyerdezign wrote:
        > Here is my current issue.
        > I have executed ^$GetDocCount$.
        > That will give me how many documents I have open.
        > I might have documents Index1.htm --> Index4.htm open.
        > I want to cycle/loop through all 4 documents and run a clip or two
        > based on document position to change some of my htm code.
        > I need to concatenate some text, total document count, and current
        > index of the loop to match one of my clips that I would then execute
        > in that document.
        > I need to create this string - 'top4/2', (where 'top' is the text, 4
        > is total documents, and 2 is the current index of the loop.
        > 'top4/2' is the name of my clip that I would like to execute in
        > index2.htm.
        > I also have a bot4/2. I am inserting certain sets of htm code in
        > each of the index files.
        >

        It looks like we need some clarification here.
        1. Is top4/2 really the name of the clip or is it really a clip 'top'
        whose operation will change depending on two variables, say %Total% and
        %Current%, where the value of %Total% might be 4 and the value of
        %Current% would be varied from 1 to 4?

        2. What do you mean by "document position"? Do you means the Document
        Number assigned by NoteTab (which will depend on the order in which
        documents are opened?) It it, for example, what I have called %Current%
        in the above question?



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      • Don - HtmlFixIt.com
        If all you want are navigation links to next and prior, start and end, that is very easy to do and you can do it with one clip, not a whole bunch of clips.
        Message 3 of 13 , May 23, 2006
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          If all you want are navigation links to next and prior, start and end,
          that is very easy to do and you can do it with one clip, not a whole
          bunch of clips. Just get name of prev and next files open by using tab
          index and put in links?
        • Bob Serack
          Yes, I wondered if I could maybe simplify the whole process. I guess I ll just have to work at it for a while and maybe get something done. This is an example
          Message 4 of 13 , May 23, 2006
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            Yes, I wondered if I could maybe simplify the whole process.
            I guess I'll just have to work at it for a while and maybe get something
            done.

            This is an example of what I want to insert at the top of each index page
            ...
            Of course all of this depends on how many index.htm pages are in a set.
            But, with a little programming, it could be done.

            <p align="center"><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica,
            sans-serif">Page 3 of 6
            <p align="center"><A HREF=" <http://bobserack.com/>
            http://bobserack.com/">Home</A>
             
            <A HREF="Index2.htm">| Previous Page |</A>
            <A HREF="Index.htm"> 1</A>
            <A HREF="Index2.htm"> 2</A>
             3 
            <A HREF="Index4.htm"> 4</A>
            <A HREF="Index5.htm"> 5</A>
            <A HREF="Index6.htm"> 6</A>
            <A HREF="Index4.htm"> | Next Page |</A>
            <A HREF="#bot"> Go to Bottom</a></font>
            </p>
            <img src="../../images_global/s_horizontal_rainbow_500.gif" width="500"
            height="1" border="0">
            <p> <font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"><table border="0"
            cellpadding="4" cellspacing="4">

            I have a similar set that I put at the bottom of the htm code.
            You are right, there has to be a way.
            I'll give it a shot.
            I just need to learn some basic stuff about clips before I can forge ahead.
            Some of the HELP is not that clear or explains it well enough.
            Maybe I'll put together a short list of specific questions that I have and
            could get some answers on this forum.
            Thanks for your help ...




            Later, BS





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            Subject: Re: [Clip] Concatenation


            If all you want are navigation links to next and prior, start and end,
            that is very easy to do and you can do it with one clip, not a whole
            bunch of clips. Just get name of prev and next files open by using tab
            index and put in links?



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          • Don - HtmlFixIt.com
            ... I have changed the title obviously. I am confused between groups Jody am I supposed to top or bottom post around here? Anyway, Some helpful commands for
            Message 5 of 13 , May 24, 2006
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              Bob Serack wrote:
              > Yes, I wondered if I could maybe simplify the whole process.
              > I guess I'll just have to work at it for a while and maybe get something
              > done.
              >
              > This is an example of what I want to insert at the top of each index page
              > ...
              > Of course all of this depends on how many index.htm pages are in a set.
              > But, with a little programming, it could be done.
              >
              > <p align="center"><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica,
              > sans-serif">Page 3 of 6
              > <p align="center"><A HREF=" <http://bobserack.com/>
              > http://bobserack.com/">Home</A>
              >  
              > <A HREF="Index2.htm">| Previous Page |</A>
              > <A HREF="Index.htm"> 1</A>
              > <A HREF="Index2.htm"> 2</A>
              >  3 
              > <A HREF="Index4.htm"> 4</A>


              I have changed the title obviously. I am confused between groups Jody
              am I supposed to top or bottom post around here?

              Anyway,

              Some helpful commands for you:
              ^$GetDocCount$ will get the total number of documents

              ^$GetDocName(Index)$ will tell you the name of a document at a given
              index position so you can build the links.

              ^$GetDocIndex(Name)$ will tell you the active documents name - not sure
              you need this one

              ^$GetDocIndex$ will tell you the number of the active index -- so using
              this you can build the little link index easily enough using an if

              ^!If Integer1 <> Integer2 GoToLabelTrue ELSE GoToLabelFalse
              Build that so that you skip building the link if it is the current
              document, instead making it  ^$GetDocCount$ 

              ^!InsertHtml Any text with tokens (^p/^t)
              what you use to actually insert the html you have built

              There is help on clip programming. That is where 80% of this stuff is.

              Don
            • Bob Serack
              Thanks for the pointers. I ll try and keep my posts to a specific topic. It is easy to get sidetracked! Yes, I just have to keep reading the Clip Programming
              Message 6 of 13 , May 24, 2006
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                Thanks for the pointers.
                I'll try and keep my posts to a specific topic.
                It is easy to get sidetracked!

                Yes, I just have to keep reading the Clip Programming stuff.
                There is a lot there and easy to miss stuff.
                Like where is ^P, ^T, ^&, ^#, defined?
                I see them being used in samples, but can't find the place in HELP where
                they are actually defined.
                Gotta be there somewhere!

                Anyway, thanks ...
                Bob


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                Subject: Re: [Clip] inserting document numbers based on open documents


                Bob Serack wrote:
                > Yes, I wondered if I could maybe simplify the whole process.
                > I guess I'll just have to work at it for a while and maybe get something
                > done.
                >
                > This is an example of what I want to insert at the top of each index page
                > ...
                > Of course all of this depends on how many index.htm pages are in a set.
                > But, with a little programming, it could be done.
                >
                > <p align="center"><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica,
                > sans-serif">Page 3 of 6
                > <p align="center"><A HREF=" <http://bobserack.com/>
                > http://bobserack.com/">Home</A>
                >  
                > <A HREF="Index2.htm">| Previous Page |</A>
                > <A HREF="Index.htm"> 1</A>
                > <A HREF="Index2.htm"> 2</A>
                >  3 
                > <A HREF="Index4.htm"> 4</A>


                I have changed the title obviously. I am confused between groups Jody
                am I supposed to top or bottom post around here?

                Anyway,

                Some helpful commands for you:
                ^$GetDocCount$ will get the total number of documents

                ^$GetDocName(Index)$ will tell you the name of a document at a given
                index position so you can build the links.

                ^$GetDocIndex(Name)$ will tell you the active documents name - not sure
                you need this one

                ^$GetDocIndex$ will tell you the number of the active index -- so using
                this you can build the little link index easily enough using an if

                ^!If Integer1 <> Integer2 GoToLabelTrue ELSE GoToLabelFalse
                Build that so that you skip building the link if it is the current
                document, instead making it  ^$GetDocCount$ 

                ^!InsertHtml Any text with tokens (^p/^t)
                what you use to actually insert the html you have built

                There is help on clip programming. That is where 80% of this stuff is.

                Don




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              • John Zeman
                ... Just open the Help Topics help file (not the one on the clip language) and do a search for tokens. John
                Message 7 of 13 , May 24, 2006
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                  --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, "Bob Serack" <bobserack@...> wrote:

                  > There is a lot there and easy to miss stuff.
                  > Like where is ^P, ^T, ^&, ^#, defined?
                  > I see them being used in samples, but can't find the place in HELP where
                  > they are actually defined.
                  > Gotta be there somewhere!
                  >
                  > Anyway, thanks ...
                  > Bob
                  >


                  Just open the Help Topics help file (not the one on the clip language)
                  and do a search for tokens.

                  John
                • Bob Serack
                  Thanks. How would I know it was in regular HELP??!!!!!! But, I should know to look in both places! Anyway, I found them. Thanks again ... This thread can be
                  Message 8 of 13 , May 24, 2006
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                    Thanks.

                    How would I know it was in regular HELP??!!!!!!
                    But, I should know to look in both places!
                    Anyway, I found them.

                    Thanks again ...

                    This thread can be considered done ...




                    Later, BS





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                    Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 2:03 PM
                    To: ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com
                    Subject: Re: [Clip] inserting document numbers based on open documents


                    --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, "Bob Serack" <bobserack@...> wrote:

                    > There is a lot there and easy to miss stuff.
                    > Like where is ^P, ^T, ^&, ^#, defined?
                    > I see them being used in samples, but can't find the place in HELP where
                    > they are actually defined.
                    > Gotta be there somewhere!
                    >
                    > Anyway, thanks ...
                    > Bob
                    >


                    Just open the Help Topics help file (not the one on the clip language)
                    and do a search for tokens.

                    John





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                  • Alec Burgess(g)
                    ... Searching in Help for tokens shows the definition of ^P, ^T (and a couple of others less frequently used) but does *NOT* show the definition ^& (parameter
                    Message 9 of 13 , May 24, 2006
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                      Bob, (John):
                      > > Like where is ^P, ^T, ^&, ^#, defined?

                      Searching in Help for tokens shows the definition of ^P, ^T (and a couple of
                      others less frequently used) but does *NOT* show the definition ^&
                      (parameter string), ^#, ^*,^**.

                      For them and a couple of other variations look in the Help on Clips/Index
                      topic "^&" which points to the article "Clip Basics". Towards the bottom of
                      that article ^#, ^* and some other variants (all dealing with filename of
                      current file) are discussed.

                      I have to hunt for them everytime I need them too :-(

                      Regards ... Alec
                      --
                      ----- Original Message -----
                      From: "John Zeman" <john041650@...>
                      To: <ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com>
                      Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 5:02 PM
                      Subject: Re: [Clip] inserting document numbers based on open documents


                      > --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, "Bob Serack" <bobserack@...> wrote:
                      >
                      > > There is a lot there and easy to miss stuff.
                      > > Like where is ^P, ^T, ^&, ^#, defined?
                      > > I see them being used in samples, but can't find the place in HELP where
                      > > they are actually defined.
                      > > Gotta be there somewhere!
                      > >
                      > > Anyway, thanks ...
                      > > Bob
                      > >
                      >
                      >
                      > Just open the Help Topics help file (not the one on the clip language)
                      > and do a search for tokens.
                      >
                      > John
                      >
                      >
                      >
                      >
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                    • Bob Serack
                      I feel better now! I thought I was the only one having trouble finding stuff. Thanks for the tip, Alec. I have a number of other similar questions. Just can t
                      Message 10 of 13 , May 24, 2006
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                        I feel better now!
                        I thought I was the only one having trouble finding stuff.
                        Thanks for the tip, Alec.

                        I have a number of other similar questions.
                        Just can't seem to find the definition for them.
                        Maybe I'll start a new thread with them.





                        Later, BS





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                        From: ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
                        Of Alec Burgess(g)
                        Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 4:45 PM
                        To: ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com
                        Subject: Re: [Clip] inserting document numbers based on open documents


                        Bob, (John):
                        > > Like where is ^P, ^T, ^&, ^#, defined?

                        Searching in Help for tokens shows the definition of ^P, ^T (and a couple of
                        others less frequently used) but does *NOT* show the definition ^&
                        (parameter string), ^#, ^*,^**.

                        For them and a couple of other variations look in the Help on Clips/Index
                        topic "^&" which points to the article "Clip Basics". Towards the bottom of
                        that article ^#, ^* and some other variants (all dealing with filename of
                        current file) are discussed.

                        I have to hunt for them everytime I need them too :-(

                        Regards ... Alec
                        --
                        ----- Original Message -----
                        From: "John Zeman" <john041650@...>
                        To: <ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com>
                        Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 5:02 PM
                        Subject: Re: [Clip] inserting document numbers based on open documents


                        > --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, "Bob Serack" <bobserack@...> wrote:
                        >
                        > > There is a lot there and easy to miss stuff.
                        > > Like where is ^P, ^T, ^&, ^#, defined?
                        > > I see them being used in samples, but can't find the place in HELP where
                        > > they are actually defined.
                        > > Gotta be there somewhere!
                        > >
                        > > Anyway, thanks ...
                        > > Bob
                        > >
                        >
                        >
                        > Just open the Help Topics help file (not the one on the clip language)
                        > and do a search for tokens.
                        >
                        > John
                        >
                        >
                        >
                        >
                        >
                        >
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