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[REBOL] Re: Newest Dillema.

From: edanaii:cox at: 6-Mar-2003 15:01

Gregg Irwin wrote:
>>>test: [ a: "b" "Test me" ] >>> >>> >== [a: "b" "Test me"] > >>>foreach item test [print mold :item] >>> >>> >a: >"b" >"Test me" >
Excellent. Thank you Greg. What's the significance of the placement of the colon? I always understood it to be a type of pointer operation, placing the colon before meant "give me the contents of" rather than "give me the value of". So, how does placing the colon before make it possible for me to get the set-word out of the block with out an error? A little confused. :) -- Sincerely, | I support the president. Martin Sheen should stick Ed Dana | to fantasy and let our elected officials deal with Software Developer | reality. If you agree, spread the word and visit: Oracle Tools Cons. | Citizens Against Celebrity Pundits, below. ========= ==========