difference between function and command and sending parameters

Eric Chatonet eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com
Fri Oct 17 12:13:26 EDT 2008

Bonsoir William,

Le 17 oct. 08 à 18:00, william humphrey a écrit :

> Thanks Eric. It sure helps to get a simple explanation like that in  
> addition
> to the docs. It seems like I can never understand any simple  
> program concept
> and use it properly without lots of examples and simple explanations.
> But what if the function "CurrentUsers" is in a card in some other  
> stack
> that you are using?
> then how do you say: quote return "William" is among the lines of
> CurrentUsers() of card "othercard" in stack "mystack" end quote?

No you can't write this :-(
If you may send or call commands placed anywhere, you must have a  
function somewhere in the current message path.
It's the reason why libraries (put in use) are mostly collections of  
Actually, when you'll master these basics, you'll deduce the right  
architecture :-)
Have fun ;-)

Best regards from Paris,
Eric Chatonet.
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