Developer Annoyance #1
aturban at qwest.net
Fri Mar 17 13:46:22 EST 2006
mea culpa. Your example works just fine. I changed variable names in the
send syntax without initializing them first. This caused the variable
name to be sent as a string and not it's contents. Thank you for helping
me discover this!
Dick Kriesel wrote:
> On 3/17/06 12:47 AM, "Arthur Urban" <aturban at qwest.net> wrote:
>> I'm sure it evaluates literals just fine, but it does not
>> evaluate containers.
> This works here:
> on mouseUp
> put 1 into t
> send "foo t,t+1"
> end mouseUp
> on foo
> ask the params
> end foo
> Do you have a counter-example?
> -- Dick
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