ambassador at fourthworld.com
Mon Jul 27 11:33:12 EDT 2020
There are many ways to refer to things. The simplest is to use
unambiguous names for things that matter.
Fourth World Systems
Alex Tweedly wrote:
> I think my head is melting :-)
> I have a group called 'A'.
> Inside A, there is a rect called "R" and also a group called "B"
> inside B there is a rect called "R"
> How do I refer unambiguously to the first rectangle (i.e. A - R, not A -
> B - R) ?
> If I say
> grc "R" of grp "B" of grp A
> then I unambiguously get A-B-R; but if I say simply
> grc "R" of grp "A"
> then I *also* get A-B-R.
> There must be a way to do this (and maybe if it wasn't nearly 2 in the
> morning I would be able to figure it out).
> Help! Please !
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