Suggestion: the callingHandler
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sat May 31 13:02:01 EDT 2003
Dar Scott wrote:
> On Saturday, May 31, 2003, at 11:02 AM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>>> Useful, too, (and even more so for me), would be a reference to the
>>> object whose script contains the handler, something in the class of
>>> target and me.
>> Isn't that the distinction between "the target" and "me"?
> Not exactly.
> The target() function returns the object that originally got the
> message. I think the keyword "target" is equivalent. And the "me"
> keyword is equivalent to the object containing the current handler or
> function. There might be an object in between.
> For example, a button might call a handler in the card script. That
> handler in the card script might call a handler in the stack script.
> In the execution of that last handler, "me" would refer to the stack
> and target() (and target) would refer to the button.
> I would like a way for the script in the stack to know that the handler
> that called it is in the script of a particular object. In this case,
> that would be the card.
Gotcha. Yeah, a "caller ID" would be useful.
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