[futurebasic] Re: [FB] DCOD Qs

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From: Paul Bruneau <paul_bruneau@...>
Date: Thu, 13 May 1999 11:53:58 -0400
Hey, David, 

Rather than inundate the list with your requests, how about you take a
look at the bottom of each of the messages, where it clearly states how
to unsubscribe from the list.

Paul

David Kessler wrote:
> 
> please delete us from your list.
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From:   Mark Goodes [SMTP:wave@...]
> Sent:   Tuesday, 11 May 1999 10:14 AM
> To:     futurebasic@...
> Subject:        Re: [FB] DCOD Qs
> 
> >What are the correct steps to include strings in a DCOD ??
> >I want them as a STR# resource
> >ie:
> >thetext$ = "Some text"
> >
> As long as you have the _strResource compile option specified then the
> above should work fine.  Look in the Project Manager DCOD--there are
> similar statements there.
> The only time that the _strResource option doesn't work is when you play
> with the registers on entry, but it doesn't sound like you're doing that.
> 
> >How do I clear the following record
> >
> >DIM RECORD myRec
> >    DIM someInt%
> >
> >    blah blah blah
> >
> >DIM END RECORD _myRecSz
> >
> >I'm not sure that:
> >DEF LONGBLOCKFILL (@myRec, _myRecSz, 0)
> >works because macsBug reports heap corruption or block error but I'm not
> >sure if the DEF LONGBLOCKFILL is the problem.
> I use DEF BLOCKFILL with the same parameters and it seems to work fine.
> You could try putting @myRec.someInt% in place of @myRec because sometimes
> the compiler seems to get confused.
> 
> >DCODs are unknown territory
> That's all I've been working with for the past few weeks.  There's not
> really that much to them, as long as you avoid playing with the registers
> unless absolutely necessary.
> Mark
> 
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