Weirdness Passing Messages

Mark Smith mark at maseurope.net
Thu Mar 23 07:51:29 EST 2006


Mac OS 10.4.5, Rev 2.7

I'm also a little concerned about the reliable use of 'me'. I think  
this hasn't been an issue for me before, because I very rarely have  
more than 1 card in a stack, but it's good to have discovered this.
I also would have thought that 'put x into me' would work anytime  
'me' is a correct reference, but clearly not...

Best,

Mark
On 23 Mar 2006, at 12:41, David Burgun wrote:

> Opps!
>
> Meant to ask:
>
> What version of RunRev are you using and what platform??
>
> Thanks again
> Dave
>
>
> Hi Mark,
>
> Great Minds think alike!!!!
>
> I was just experimenting with that too - see my previous post!  
> Thanks for letting me know how to make it evaluate the string as an  
> object reference. I tried it and it works!
>
> However, this has left me with a VERY unsafe feeling about the  
> usage of "me", it obviously doesn't work as published 100%. The  
> thing that really gets me if "me" is the correct object (which it  
> obviously is) how can a "put "X" into me" not work?????
>
> All the Best
> Dave
>
> On 23 Mar 2006, at 12:31, Mark Smith wrote:
>
>> Finally,
>>
>> on showMessage tm
>>   beep
>>   do "put tm into " & the long name of me
>> end show message
>>
>> Seems to work.
>>
>> Mark
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