finding in script
alex at tweedly.net
Mon Jan 3 16:30:13 EST 2005
Jeanne A. E. DeVoto wrote:
> At 12:06 PM -0600 1/3/05, J. Landman Gay wrote:
>> The "number of controls of this stack" isn't a supported command, so
>> what is happening is that the engine stops at "number of controls" --
>> and the default in that case is to use the card as a reference.
>> I suppose it should throw an error, though.
> No, I think it does make sense. Something like
> get field "foo" of stack "bar"
> means "get the contents of field 'foo' on the current card of stack
> 'bar'" - the "current card" part is understood when making references
> to a stack. I think it works the same here - "get the ID of control 2
> of this stack" would mean "control 2 of the current card", etc.
Yep, you're right. Looked at that way, it does seem consistent. I still
think it's misleading because it sounds like it means one thing, and
actually means another - but consistency beats "common sense" any day
(for a programming language :-)
> The real problem here is that you can't get a list of all the groups
> in a stack any more since backgroundBehavior was introduced. But
> that's a rant for another day....
Thanks for all the help
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