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[REBOL] Re: R: Dynamic Layout creation

From: brett:codeconscious at: 16-Mar-2002 15:52

> I assume it's something to do with "Binds words to global > context." as mentioned with 'load's help...
Sounds right to me. If you want the TO-BLOCK method to work you can use BIND explicitly like this: A: "b1: button {prova}" la: to-block a b1: none ; (A) bind la 'b1 ; (B) view layout la
>> b1/text
== "prova" or perhaps like this: A: "b1: button {prova}" la: to-block a obj-a: context [b1: none] view layout la
>> obj-a/b1/text
== "prova" In these cases b1 is assigned a context. In the first example B1 is part of the global context (like what LOAD does). Note that the line marked (A) is actually unnecessary. I left it there because I wanted to draw attention to what B1: in the block will be bound to. In fact the 'B1 on line (B) creates a word B1 in the global context anyway - so you can remove line (A) and the first example still works. Line (B) then binds the B1: inside the block to the global context. In the second example the B1: is bound to an object context. Regards, Brett.