len-morgan at crcom.net
Wed Feb 27 13:06:33 CST 2008
While you may be right (it wouldn't be the first time I was wrong, even
the first time today!), as best I can tell these are the same. I'll
I have a set of groups that act kind of like "sub-cards" on a single
card. Only one of these groups is visible at a time (a set of buttons
on the side selects the "current group" and makes the previous group
invisible and the selected one visible.
Both groups have a field, xxx_code where "xxx" is either "completed_by"
or "assessed_by." They also both have an adjacent field called xxx_name.
The script for both of these fields is IDENTICAL. There is no other
processing (at least as far as I can see) between pressing tab on the
field and the closeField message. Yes, I'm sure there are rawkeydown
messages and such that go on but I don't handle any of those messages so
they should be being handled by the engine.
I'm really at a loss as to why one handler works (i.e., gives me the
number I entered) and the one that returns "empty." Very strange!
> Le 27 févr. 08 à 18:31, Len Morgan a écrit :
>> Also, there is a number in () after each message. What does this mean?
> ticks ! ( relative time )
>> <....> The code is IDENTICAL (even had my non-programmer wife
>> compare the two) but the behavior is different. Can anyone explain
>> why this would be true?
> Well, Context !
> In different context, the same code will behave differently....
> So, not the same Datas, not the same Initialization process, etc....
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