Get a handler from a script

Mark Smith mark at maseurope.net
Mon Mar 20 04:16:40 EST 2006


I don't think so -- the same problems with strangely placed block  
comments apply, and you'll still have to establish whether the  
handler name (with or without on, function, getprop, setprop and end)  
occurs as part of a comment, or as a recursive call to itself....

Mark


On 20 Mar 2006, at 03:53, pmbrig at comcast.net wrote:

> I don't know about the complications of block comments, etc, but  
> can't all the complexites of dealing with of handlers, functions,  
> getProp, and setProp be sidestepped by looking for "end" &&  
> <handlername> -- or am I missing something? Does that simplify any  
> of the other problems?
>
> Peter M. Brigham
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