Using 'for each' to modify a container
J. Landman Gay
jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Wed Oct 11 23:14:38 EDT 2006
Bill Marriott wrote:
> And I'm *really* concerned about the second part of your report
>> Further, I don't reuse the name 'thisLine' in the next instance of a
>> for each loop in the *same handler*, but change the name to avoid
>> such as 'thisline', 'thisline1', 'thisLine2'. Again, unpredictable
> Surely THAT is a definite bug?! Have other people experienced this? Are you
> able to reproduce it? Is there a bug on it already filed? I do this all the
> time and I'd have to update a lot of code to fix it.
For what it's worth, I do it all the time too and have never had a
problem. I think maybe the original poster was just being cautious.
The first part though, about not changing the contents of a loop
variable, does give unexpected results though I hardly ever get an
actual script error. Usually I just get scrambled variables.
Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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