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More than one loop running at once

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Is it possible to run more than one loop at once, as commanded by a button.

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I think thats something like what a multi-threaded language would do someone correct me if im wrong about that.

As far as i know no you cannot.


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Is it possible to run more than one loop at once, as commanded by a button.

What were you trying to accomplish, btw? Lots of work has been done w/ forking processes, or starting multiple processes at the same time, with regards to bypassing the multi-threading limitation of the language. That's not to say that you can run 2 If/Then loops at the exact same time in the same script; but you may be able to run 2 simultaneous loops by forking 2 command processes off at the same time.

What were you trying to accomplish, as your primary post wasn't too clear.


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