bdrunrev at gmail.com
Sat Dec 24 12:42:20 EST 2011
I've come across it, but to be honest, I really like the verbose
real-language nature of Livecode. I am a touch typist, so for me it
really is a question of programming as talking to myself.
One of the main things I wish LC had was named parameters, like in
Python, where one can call a function with something like this:
I like how clear it makes things when one sees a function being
called, especially when a function has many parameters.
Also, one can have default values specified in the declaration of a
function in Python. That's also handy.
On Sat, Dec 24, 2011 at 5:26 PM, J. Landman Gay
<jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
> On 12/23/11 9:21 PM, dunbarx at aol.com wrote:
>> Is this well known?
>> on mouseUp
>> put "ABCDE" into foo
>> answer char 2 foo
>> end mouseUp
>> This works for all chunk types. But where is the keyword "of" (or
>> "in") at line 3? It seems to be optional. Has this always been so?
>> Are there other keywords that do not matter?
> There are others but I can't remember which they are. I think it's probably
> a case of the engine being so forgiving, and the behavior depends on where
> in the structure the omission occurs. The same is true for some unquoted
> literals which can work at the ends of lines but not in the middle.
> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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