t.heaford at btinternet.com
Thu May 8 14:41:46 EDT 2014
Thanks for your comments:
Just had a look at this and as I suspected could see no reference to using a substack as a library only stacks.
This could probably do with clarifying in both the user guide and dictionary.
In the dictionary for example it says “start using stack”.
May be a little pedantic but for someone just setting out could be a little confusing but I take your point.
All the best
On 8 May 2014, at 19:20, Mike Kerner <MikeKerner at roadrunner.com> wrote:
> Definitely use substacks to modularize your code, BUT, I would suggest you
> do just a wee bit of reading on the message path, because it's important
> for everyone, and all of the questions you asked are discussed there:
> 1) In the LC toolbar at the top, the second-to right button is "Resources".
> Click it
> 2) The second link down is the "User Guide". Click it
> 3) Inside there search for "message path". There is a whole discussion of
> what it is and how to use it.
> 4) SEND and PASS and START USING STACK are your friends.
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