Macro Substitution

Eric Chatonet eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com
Thu Oct 12 16:11:24 EDT 2006


Hi Bob,

  put "bobtest" into testme
  do "put" && quote & "this is a test" & quote & "into" && testme & ". 
01"

bobtest01 is now a variable that contains "this is a test".

Le 12 oct. 06 à 21:59, Robert Sneidar a écrit :

> store "bobtest" to testme
> store "this is a test" to &testme.01
>
> In Foxpro this would actually create a variable named bobtest01 and  
> put "this is a test" into it. Macro Substitution will substitute a  
> variable for it's value at runtime. There is no one liner I know of  
> that could reproduce this behavior in Revolution. Like I said I  
> will have to code around it instead of being able to  
> programatically recode the one statement.
>
> Bob Sneidar


Best Regards from Paris,
Eric Chatonet
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