return <value> with <value>?

Richard Gaskin ambassador at
Wed May 15 20:25:55 EDT 2019

Monte Goulding wrote:

 >> On 16 May 2019, at 6:22 am, Richard Gaskin wrote:
 >> Line 264 of libURL contains:
 >>    return empty  with urlResult laLoadedUrls[newUrl]
 >> What is that "with" clause?
 >> I was familiar with the "for" clause", but when I went to check this
 >> in the Dictionary I found neither clause is mentioned. :(
 > The `for` clause is definitely in the dictionary and has been since it
 > was added here
 > <>

One of the benefits of being a Linux user choosing LiveCode is it 
teaches self-reliance. :)

Work on Linux issues has slowed without Peter Brett and Fraser Gordon, 
and the Browser widget the Dictionary has become dependent on hasn't 
worked on that platform for a long time (years?).

So we penguin fans roll up our sleeves and bookmark the API reference at 
the official site - where the Dictionary seems to have 
fallen behind:

 > The `with` clause is something specifically for libURL which ends up
 > setting the urlResult.

Can it be used in other contexts, or is the engine hard-wired to put the 
"with" value into the urlResult only?

  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Systems
  Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
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