Re: [Clip] label
- Hi Guy,
>I am a beginner to write clips. As a example I write the clip below.Nice Clip for a beginner. ;)
>Euros/FrancsActually, it is going to that label. What is confusing you is
>^!Set %choix%=^?[Monnaie à convertir =_Euro^=1|Franc^=2]
>^!Set %Montant%=^?[Quel montant =1]
>^!if ^%choix%=1 Eurfr ELSE Freur
>;^!if ^%choix%=2 Freur
>I'm surprised that the code ^!GoTo Encore does not work as i
>thought, it return to the last label used.
that the square brackets in your case will only be acted upon one
time, so you are not seeing the wizard again. Use braces to see
>Another question : if the first line is ^!Prompt Welcome iThat is because bracketed wizards is one of the first things to
>observe that the prompt is executed after the second ^!Set. Why ?
be evaluated and executed. You Clip is "stalling" at the square
bracket line until you press OK.
Click on Help and then Clipbook Programming or whatever it says,
then on "Clip Language - Introduction". Scroll down till you get
to the parsing sequence. That should help you greatly!
I also go over that in my Clip Class in detail:
Lesson & Assignment Two
· Types of Wizards
· Parts of Wizards
· New Commands to Study
[2LA Lesson Two]
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