Re: [Clip] Possible parser confusion, experts help needed
- View SourceHi alwilli,
>I'll try restrain calling for help until I've exhausted myThough I'm not clear what your goal is, let me make some
>ingenuity. For the record, the working clip (shortened to
>four arrays and altered to take that into account) follows.
suggestions anyway. If they don't fit into your pllans just
If your %alpha% array serves only to iterate through the
rows of arrays, you can use a letter or symbol after a number
to keep it from being parsed as an index. For example
change %bb% to %b_1_%, %bc% to %b_2_%, etc. Then you can
use ^%b_^%num%_^%nom%%% directly, instead of by way of ^%curr%
If you also change %num% to %row% and %nom% to %col%, the
above will look like ^%b_^%row%_^%col%%.
With that you can change all uses of curr to row:
^%curr% --> _^%row%_
and remove all assignments to %curr% and the entire alpha array.
One more thing -- in the :reset section, increment %row% before
testing it for last row.
- View SourceHi Wayne
> ...the revised NoteTab Reference Outline that I am takingI was starting to wonder. ;) I have been getting with a
> sooooo looong to complete. ;-) (Jody, rest assured I haven't
> forgotten about it.
shortened version of your's where I stripped out all the Help
file stuff only leaving the command/functions and added the ones
I'll send you any syntax problems should I run across any.
Clean-Funnies: click and send...