Is there a way to dynamically construct a script statement and then execute that statement?
Jeanne A. E. DeVoto
jeanne at runrev.com
Fri Feb 1 17:44:07 EST 2002
At 10:21 AM -0800 2/1/2002, Gary Dennis wrote:
>I want to construct a script statement dynamically (something like the
>following) and then "EXECUTE" that statement. If you are familiar with
>REXX, this language has an INTERPRET command that permits this sort of
>thing. Is there a way to do this in REV?
Yes: the "do" command.
> put "put" && quote & widget & quote && "into" && zVarName into execvar
> -- the constructed statement at this point should be:
> -- PUT "April" into aVariableName
> ******* This is where I fall off the table
Here you'd have
You can even build the string in the command line if you prefer:
do "put" && quote & widget & quote && "into" && zVarName
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