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[REBOL] Re: Passing hash keys to functions

From: greggirwin:mindspring at: 29-Dec-2004 12:11

PP> This was what I was using initially. But I need to use this within a PP> function, and the key is taken as an argument, so I cannot use this PP> method. Or can I? Sure you can. And you can use a lot of datatypes for keys. You don't want to use numbers (integer! and decimal!) because those will be interpreted as positions (e.g. for use with PICK), not keys. my-select: func [series [series!] key] [ attempt [series/:key] ] hash-ser: make hash! [<a> [1 2] <b> [3 4]] hash-ser/<a> my-select hash-ser <a> series: [#"z" $2.2 3x3 a <b> #c %file-d [name--host--dom] http://www.test.url #"z"] foreach key series [ print [key tab series/:key] ] -- Gregg