Sending a message to multiple objects

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Tue Apr 20 17:07:52 EDT 2010


Hi Pete,

You can use the dispatch command. Write a repeat loop, which  
dispatches the message to all controls. If an object doesn't have the  
handler for that message, nothing happens. If it does have the  
handler, the handler runs. Read about the dispatch command in the  
dictionary.

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Op 20 apr 2010, om 22:56 heeft Peter Haworth het volgende geschreven:

> Is there a way to send a message that will be processed by all  
> objects in memory that have a handler script written for it, no  
> matter where they are in the message path?  I think it's called a  
> broadcast message in other systems I've worked with.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Pete Haworth





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