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[REBOL] Re: view indirection

From: ryanc:iesco-dms at: 20-Nov-2001 9:48

Hello, I am assuming the following wont work because you need to loop through your checkboxes: C5/data: true I would consider somthing like this more elegant... win: view/new layout [check user-data 1 check user-data 2 check user-data 5] set-check: func [number value] [ repeat index length? win/pane [ if win/pane/:index/user-data = number [ win/pane/:index/data: value ] ] value ] But its said "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." --Ryan Patrick Philipot wrote:
> Hi, > > I am stuck in a should-not-be-so-difficult problem with view. I have a lot of checkboxes in a layout, named c1, c2, ... c16. At one time, given a number X, I would like to do something on the cX checkbox. > > For now, I have this sort of code : > > set-check: func [n [integer!] /local code ][ > code: copy "" > code: join join "set in c" n join " 'data true show c" n > print ["generated code ; " code] > do code > ] > > IT IS WORKING ! (the print is only for debugging purpose). However I am not satisfied with this code. I'am looking for a more elegant way to do that. Something like : > > myCheckBox: guru-function( "c" 5) > myCheckbox/data: true > > Patrick > > -- > To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to > [rebol-request--rebol--com] with "unsubscribe" in the > subject, without the quotes.
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