Problem with BinaryEncode and variable params

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Dec 18 03:35:17 CST 2006


Bryan,

Do you know that item 1 of 0,0,0+1 doesn't make much sense and is the  
same as item 1 of 0,0,1 which will return 0?

Best,

Mark

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Op 16-dec-2006, om 17:06 heeft Bryan McCormick het volgende geschreven:

> Folks,
>
> I am a bit baffled here. I have seen many sample scripts where  
> variables are passed as parameter to binaryEncode (in my case, for  
> imageData) but no matter how I try to pass the known numeric  
> values, the compiler throws an error.
>
> For example:
>
> take a string of the form 0,206,0 as returned from the color  
> picker, let's call this tColors
>
> Then I put each value into a separate param
>
> put item 1 of tColors+0 into c1
>
> put item 2 of tColors+0 into c2
>
> put item 3 of tColors+0 into c3
>
> (I added the +0 to make sure the var was seen as a number, I tried  
> it without as well with the same error)
>
>
> Then I call:
>
> put binaryEncode("CCCC",0,c1,c2,c3) into varNewImageData
>
>
> and it fails.
>
> I tried to pass all the params as a quoted string, concatenated,  
> you name it I have tried it.
>
> It's likely dead simple. But for the life of me I cannot get it.
>
> This is in 2.7.4
>





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