Standalone - Using stack as DB
palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Aug 2 04:35:19 EDT 2008
Yes, very true. This is, now its pointed out, obviously the underlying
source of my power off/saving problem. Its also an argument against using
the traditional splash stack and then a real program + data stack, is it
not? One should rather have a program main stack, and then data substacks.
No need ever to save the program stack since it never changes, just save the
data stacks as changed. Is this what you usually do?
Eric Chatonet wrote:
> I should have added that this way of doing never mix any line of code
> with user's data in the same file. And I think it important.
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