Arrays in Rev
b.xavier at internet.lu
Thu Dec 9 23:43:19 CST 2004
you can't put an array into another
put array["object"] into array["parent"] will move the data from object to
what you can do is an intermediary data formet which you can split/merge
later into an array.
so if an array is converted into data, you can stick into an array and
later convert it back into data.
There is already a bugzilla request for array embedding...
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> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of Gordon
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> Subject: Arrays in Rev
> Dear Revolutionaries
> Can an element of a rev array be another array?
> If not, is there any way to achieve the effect of nesting
> arrays - OR if not, is there some way to create new container
> types (like the structures and unions typical in C and
> Pascal). Basically - how do I create complex organized
> containers (objects) to hold my data?
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