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Re: Why no Table.setDisplay() command?
Author: erik Posted: 4/13/1999; 3:14:45 PM Topic: Why no Table.setDisplay() command? Msg #: 4991 (In response to 4988) Prev/Next: 4990 / 4992
I tried that, but subsequent table.go(down,1) type commands began operating on the wrong (still displayed) table.
The root of my problem (which is probably just unfamiliarity with inner Frontier) is that I'd like an easy way to programmatically visit all top-level "summits" in a table, and the names of the table elements are not a simple sequence of numbers that would obey a for loop. So if table "whackynames" has an element "grognard" with value "frob", I'd like to refer to this first element by saying whackynames or some other equally easy reference. Yes, I know about table.visit. I may have to fall back to that.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: Why no Table.setDisplay() command?, André Radke, 4/13/1999; 3:42:29 PM
- Re: Why no Table.setDisplay() command?, André Radke, 4/13/1999; 3:52:57 PM
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