TemplateStacks or SubStacks, Which is better?

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Tue Apr 15 12:05:18 CEST 2014


Hi Cal,

The templateStack is something that only exists in memory. A 
templateStack is only displayed when you make a new stack. A substack 
can exist both in memory and on disk and you don't need to make a new 
stack to display it.

What you will use, depends on what you want to do. Perhaps you tell a 
little more about that?

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On 4/15/2014 06:24, Cal Horner wrote:
> There comes a time in the use of LiveCode when you run across the concept of
> a template stack or a substack as a entry/data display form. The questions
> that you might be faced with are:
>
>   Which one should you use?
> Which is the most efficient as a form(date entry) etc.?
> How much memory does each type take up?
> What are the difference in speed?
>
> I'm sure I could go on and on and probably you could too.
>
> I'm looking for some direction on these and other questions like these and I
> would expect that the answers are hidden somewhere in this forum.
>
> If you can "shed any light" on these perplexing questions please take the
> time to respond.
>
> Cal
>




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