Inconsistent results in simple script

Mike Bonner bonnmike at gmail.com
Wed Nov 16 22:31:31 EST 2016


Yeah, you can use the same handler because order doesn't matter.  It
sounded from your description like the barcode was unique to 1 item, so it
should work dandy.  Once the array is built (assuming you decide to leave
it as an array and not combine it) the array is keyed by the barcode so its
easy to find the associated information.
Sorry for the late response, had to actually leave the house today.

On Wed, Nov 16, 2016 at 5:51 PM, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com>
wrote:

> JOHN PATTEN wrote:
> > When you don’t use arrays very much, and you have old, slow, brute
> > force scripting skills, arrays are kind of hard to wrap your head
> > around. But I obviously see their advantages :)
>
> Arrays are so useful in so many contexts that they're well worth spending
> an afternoon experimenting with to really grok them.
>
> Once grokked, they open up many worlds of simpler, more efficient algos
> across a wide range of use cases.
>
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