[REBOL] Re: Why this works ?
From: greggirwin:mindspring at: 21-Nov-2005 8:36
GC> I have supposed that "site" contains a copy of the value taken from
GC> "sites" block.
In REBOL, variables don't "contain" values, they reference them; hence
Anton's pointer metaphor. This is how REBOL can be dynamic, yet
strongly typed. Values have type; variables don't, they can refer to
GC> Ok, lets suppose it referrers to the site series: why does append
GC> works on the single block entry and not on the end of the block ?
It will work on the last value in a block if that value, itself, is a
series. If the last value in SITES was, say, $100.00 or 'testing, it
Even better than assuming, sprinkle some print statements in there.
See what the values are, what type they are, whether they're EQUAL? or
the SAME?, etc.