Repeat variable name changing
-= JB =-
sundown at pacifier.com
Sat Mar 8 10:01:30 EST 2008
It sounds like you will want to use a repeat structure
like Eric or I mentioned and then create new variables
using the name of the variable and using the & statement
with the name to create the variable.
put "Hello" & 2 into the new name. But I am not really
sure the proper way to write it so it becomes the name
of a variable.
Someone on the list might have a way to accomplish what
you want that uses an array or something else you haven't
On Mar 8, 2008, at 6:50 AM, Jim Hamlyn wrote:
> Hi again,
> I need the repeat loop to effectively instantiate a new variable
> each time
> it loops with a name I can reference through the same script.
> I need the script to create a variable for each line in the field
> which I
> can reference from the same script.
> Does this make any sense?
> Jim H
> From: -= JB =- <sundown at pacifier.com>
> Reply-To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
> Date: Sat, 8 Mar 2008 06:22:47 -0800
> To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
> Subject: Re: Repeat variable name changing
> I may not totally understand what you are trying to
> do but it sounds like you are looking for a repeat
> structure that will change fTime to 1,2,3 etc.
> repeat with fTime = 1 to number of lines in fld whatever
> put item 5 of line fTime into whereyouwant
> end repeat
> A repeat structure similar to the above would repeat
> for 10 time if the field had 10 lines and then it would
> automatically add 1 to fTime on each repeat & quit
> after it executed the 10th time.
> If it does not work properly I may have written it a
> little wrong because I am use to hypercard but just
> ask if it doesn't.
> On Mar 8, 2008, at 5:52 AM, Jim Hamlyn wrote:
>> Thanks for the replies so far – wow!
>> Ok it looks like I need to be a little more specific.
>> I’m making a meeting scheduler. The idea is to have a field into
>> which I can
>> paste return separated list of names. I have a field with a start
>> time and a
>> field with a meeting length “Add”. At the moment I’m doing it the
>> long way
>> on mouseUp
>> put fld "StartTime" into tTime1
>> convert tTime1 to dateItems
>> add fld "Add" to item 5 of tTime1
>> put tTime1 into tTime2
>> add fld "Add" to item 5 of tTime2
>> put tTime2 into tTime3
>> add fld "Add" to item 5 of tTime3
>> convert tTime1 to time
>> put tTime & ":" & Tab before line 1 of fld "myField"
>> Jim H
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