Bug???? Discuss please!
J. Landman Gay
jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Wed Nov 15 18:14:47 EST 2006
>> And it is clear that "me" and "the long id of me" are very different.
> "me" (usually) refers to either the contents of a field or a reference
> to an object (field in this case), in the case of:
> put "xxx" into me it refers to the contents
Actually, "me" always refers to an object, the one running the handler.
If the handler is in a field, "me" is a reference to the field. This:
put "xxx" into me
is the same as:
put xxx into fld <fld reference>
where <fld reference> is the one containing the handler.
But if you really want to have fun (and this is a good example of why
"the" is so important, as per another thread), take a look at "target":
target = contents of the object
the target = reference to the object
Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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