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[REBOL] Re: [REBOL Internals] question

From: maarten:vrijheid at: 27-Mar-2004 11:28

Robert M. M=FCnch wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Mar 2004 14:55:50 -0500, Gerard Cote <[gerardcote--sympatico--ca]> > wrote: > >>I also saw the mark: and :mark notation used by the parse word. It >>already permits this kind of manip but where is kept the internal >>representation of the actual running script and what can be done with it >>? > > Hi, as parse being a native! it does quite some magiv behind the scenes.. > It's the only (?) dialect not written with Rebol, which is logical because > you would need a parse ;-). So the parse dialect just assigns the current > position in the script to your mark: and restores is with :mark.
No. Function! uses a dialect too that is native. --Maarten