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[REBOL] Re: Competition - There must be a better way to .....

From: pwawood::gmail::com at: 25-Nov-2007 18:56

HI Alessandro The code that I posted seems to do what I want: it finds new variables in the code to be tested, adds equivalent words to the context and then binds the code to be tested to the context for the test code. I think there must be a better way to do what I want which is why I started the competition. As for the function, you may be thinking of first which when applied on a function gives the argument block; second gives the body of the function.
>> first :append
== [series value /only]
>> second :append
== [ head either only [ insert/only tail series :value ] [ insert tail series :value ] ] If first is applied to an object, you get a list of the members including self:
>> a: make object! [
[ b: 1 [ c: 2 [ d: 3 [ ]
>> first a
== [self b c d] Regards Peter On 25/11/2007, Alessandro Manotti <> wrote: