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[REBOL] Re: Elegant way to reference a function?

From: chaz:innocent at: 3-Dec-2001 11:45

This sounds like a context thing. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Patrick Philipot" <[pat665--ifrance--com]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 1:44 PM Subject: [REBOL] Elegant way to reference a function?
> Hi all, > > What is the elegant way to reference a function? > > Let me explain a little bit my context : > > I am working on a program that selects items using criterion (may be the
plural criteria is required here, but I'm french you know). Theses items are photos, for example, or texts such as FAQ.
> For photos, the person who is on the photo is a criterion. To select
photos, it is just a matter of a click on a checkbox. With this, it is easy to see photos with marc and chouchou (marc is my son, chouchou is my cat). It is possible to make exclusion, for a FAQ program, it will be possible to search for FAQ with 'bind and 'use but not with 'view.
> Back to the question : I don't want the main program to know about photos,
or FAQ or anything else. However it's not the same to show a photo or to display a FAQ. So I need a generic function, used during the test, that will be replaced with minimum effort (I'm actually from the south of france ;-) with the required function.