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[REBOL] Re: Propagating refinements

From: greggirwin:mindspring at: 22-Dec-2001 12:52

Hi Sunanda, << I think I'll stick to passing parameters as strings if they have to go anywhere other than the function invoked >> Hmmm. What about a block of optional refinements? Then you can just pass that entire block, rather than individual parameters. Sadly, the syntax isn't nearly as nice as using regular refinements, but it could be a very flexible approach for special cases. fn-test: func [ opt [series!] {options are: /ref1, /ref2 arg} /local arg ][ if find opt /ref1 [print "ref1"] if arg: select opt /ref2 [print ["ref2" arg]] ] fn-test [] fn-test [/ref1] fn-test [/ref2 1] fn-test [/ref1 /ref2 1] Just a thought. --Gregg