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[REBOL] Re(2): My first contribution in a lonnnng while

From: arolls:bigpond:au at: 3-Mar-2001 4:07

Jeff, Ok, that's good about loading directories. What about 'load/markup? I was using it to parse web pages into tags and text strings for me, then I started to worry that I might run out of words one day, so I coded my own read-markup function. Am I right to worry about that?
> > Someone said to watch out when using 'load because it puts > > words in the global context. > > > > I think you can just use 'read where you are using 'load in > > your script below, reading a directory: > > > > ain: read treein > > LOAD and READ of a directory work the same way-- Also, LOAD > on a directory does not create any words. Both READ and > LOAD of a directory create a file port and do a COPY which > results in a block. For example: > > here: open %. > files: copy here > == [%do.r %p-np.r %goofers.r] > close here