Temporary custom properties
russell_martin at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 14 23:41:56 CST 2008
You're right. I just got too focused in on custom properties. Wasn't
thinking. I now realize that I can use a global array in almost exactly
the same way I was using custom properties. Thanks.
--- Stephen Barncard <stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com> wrote:
> why would you not use a global variable? A big feature of custom
> properties is that they can persist from execution to execution. A
> global goes away after execution.
> >Hey, does anyone have a suggestion about what is the best kind of
> >(non-visible) object to create on the fly for temporarily storing
> >custom properties?
> >In other words, I want to use custom properties like global
> >but I want to put them in something that only exists during program
> >execution and that won't get saved with my project.
> >Or, should I be using something besides custom properties for
> >global, transient values that the program only needs during
> stephen barncard
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