custom props woes
pete at lcsql.com
Fri Oct 18 16:52:28 EDT 2013
It sounds like tcpname is being treated as a custom property name rather
than a variable containing the custom property name., although not sure why
that would be. I suppose you could:
do "put the c" & tseconds && "of me into tarray"
On Oct 18, 2013 9:31 AM, "Klaus major-k" <klaus at major-k.de> wrote:
> Hi friends,
> I have a big problem retrieving stored ARRAYS from custom properties,
> any help much appreciated!
> I store arrays in a custom property of a group, the key for them is ("c" &
> the seconds)
> Works fine so far, but when I try to retrieve the data with a concatenated
> name of the
> custom property, it does NOT work.
> put ("c" & the Seconds) into tCPName
> set the tCPName of me to tArray
> ## Works fine, cp contains the array!
> The name is correct and it works when I use the name directly, but not
> this way:
> ## the seconds have of course been stored when saving to CP
> put ("c" & tSeconds) into tCPName
> ## -> correct name of custom property
> put the tCPName of me into tArray
> ##-> tArray = EMTPY!
> put the c123456 of me into tArray
> ## -> tArray is an ARRAY
> If I access the cp directly with its name, it works!?
> I have been using this technique for years without problems, but it
> obviously does NOT works with arrays?! :-/
> This DOES works if the data in the cp are NOT arrays:
> ## I set the cp cData of a button to the string -> data111
> put ("c" & "Data") into tCP
> answer the tCP of me
> ## -> data111
> I am totally clueless :-/
> Klaus Major
> klaus at major-k.de
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