go to "such name" = go to stack "such name"!?
andre.bisseret at wanadoo.fr
Wed Aug 21 12:48:43 CEST 2013
Thanks Mark for your confirmation
Le 21 août 2013 à 10:37, Mark Schonewille a écrit :
> Hi André,
> That's syntactical flexibility due to HyperCard. It as always been like that.
> go gStackName
> works too.
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> On 8/21/2013 10:22, André Bisseret wrote:
>> Just discovering the following:
>> In a script I put the short name of a stack into a global, say gStackName
>> then another stack is opened.
>> In a script in this second stack, I had put "go to gStackName instead of "go to stack gStackName
>> and that is working!! (provided that the stack gStackName be opened, of course)
>> I would have sworn that it was not possible!
>> I just verifed with the message box that it was possible to go to any opened stack using (go to "this short name") instead of (go to stack "this short name")
>> That seems not documented in the dictionnary.
>> Am I discovering the wheel? ;-)
>> Best regards
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