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[REBOL] Why cant mutually exclusive refinements have the same argument name

From: princepawn::lycos::com at: 5-Sep-2000 8:03

I have a function that will either get or put a filename... of course I want to use the same name for the file regardless, and this will not pose a problem because the arguments are mutually exclusive. However, REBOL is complaining about me using the same name for 2 mutually exclusive arguments REBOL [ Title: "Main script" ] main: func [ "Performs order file transfer" /name-product product-name [string!] "The product name" /index-upfile upfile-index [integer!] "The index to be used for the upfile. Useful when you have many upfiles and don't want to overwrite a previous one." /put orderfile-name [string!] "Put an orderfile on our server" /get orderfile-name [string!] "Put an orderfile on our server" /date-upfile upfile-date [date!] "The date to be encoded into the upfile name" /create-upfile upfile-name [string!] "This automatically creates and upfile. The argument to this option is the word 'cancel' or 'nocancel', specifying whether you want the upfile to contain a cancel or nocancel command" /wait-on-controlfile controlfile-wait-time [time!] "Specifies the localtime that the script will continue to try to look for the control file until. This option can only be used with the /get option" ] [ ]