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Re: Query on best programming practice
- Subject: Re: Query on best programming practice
- From: Harry Binswanger hb@xxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Sun, 04 Dec 2016 00:20:13 -0500
Thanks Carl. That's the way I had been doing it, even aided by a little U2
frame. The advice is helpful.
Reply to note from Harry Binswanger Sat, 03 Dec 2016
> What is the best way to make sure no stacked elements are skipped?
Ordinarily you want to avoid putting characters into the text that
aren't already there, as a programming crutch (e.g., a temporary change
from CrLf to CrLfCrLf), as this can have unintended results. What I do
in this situation is to use a loop that repeats the CI command until a
"Not found" error results:
BX ci "[wC]Harry[wC]"[wC]Barry[wC]"Q2 )>;*;
Real (DECodable) code:
XPLeNCODE v2.0 (ENCODE.EXE)
Hope this helps.