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Arrrghmatey

Hello again,

I have a program that is quite long, and when testing new parts I don't want to sit through ALL the previous actions. Is there a was to 'run from here' so I can begin executing my code from a specific point?

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GaryFrost

Couldn't tell you of a way to do that other than block commenting out what you don't want to do.

If you are using SciTe Editor there are few Debug/Trace options


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scriptkitty

I usually do it this way:

if 1=2 then; ignore start
; lots of code
; lots of code
; lots of code
endif; ignore end

; code

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GaryFrost

I've done similar, usually have $Debug variable that is either 1 or 0


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Valuater

I think the easiest is this

#cs

code

code

#ce

the #cs and #ce are great for this

then when you want to test with all the script just and ";"

;#cs

code

code

;#ce

hope that helps

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Arrrghmatey

Ah, very smart! I didn't even think of this. All of the suggestions are very good. Thanks!

I think the easiest is this

#cs

code

code

#ce

the #cs and #ce are great for this

then when you want to test with all the script just and ";"

;#cs

code

code

;#ce

hope that helps

8)

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