Getting desperate with loops/repeats
jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Fri Mar 19 12:55:54 CST 2004
On a Macintosh: apple-period (Command-period on a PC maybe?) pauses a
On Fri, 19 Mar 2004, A.C.T. wrote:
> I am getting really desperate trying to find out how Transcript works.
> Is there ANY WAY to simply send a break signal to a running script
> inside the IDE? I really hate having to kill the IDE completely using
> the Task Manager just because I cannot get out of a running loop because
> of a function not working as I hoped it would do.
> I am trying to port some very simple C-routines to Transcript, which,
> naturally, make heavy use of "while" or "for" loops. Since I do not
> understand Transcript at all I have to use "trial and error". This leads
> to loops not being "breaked" where needed - everywhere else this is no
> problem as I simply send a SIG_BREAK (or whatever) to the task running
> and have full control again. I simply don't find a way to "stop" the IDE
> running a script, but shouldn't a IDE be EXACTLY this: An instance to
> run a script in a "controled sandbox"?
> After having shoot down Revolution about 20 times now just because of
> "trial and error" understanding commands I am ready to accept any help
> you might offer.
> Marc Albrecht
> A.C.T. / level-2
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