how to execute multiple commands

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  10 October 2005
how to execute multiple commands

Hey all,

I'd like to execute multiple commands with a button in a window. But I don't want to use a procedure. Is there a way that you can for example create a sphere and move it -a 0 5 0 all in the one go without having to make a seperate procedure for it?

This is all I have so far:
button -label "something" -command "sphere"

but i'd like to add something like -command "shere" + "select -r sphere" + "move -a 0 0 0"
obviously.. that doesn't work.


Thanks heaps

Gabe
 
  10 October 2005

 window -width 150;
 columnLayout -adjustableColumn true;
 button -label "Make Sphere" -command "sphere; move -a 10 10 10;";
 showWindow;
 


Keep the commands in qoutes seperated by semi-colons.

Sean
 
  10 October 2005
if your goign to do a fair bit of work outside of a proc, especially if you'll start using variables, then its good form to incase those commands in braces so -c "{ ming; ling; ling; }", so they keep a local scope rather then broad castign into the global (and ****ign with other scripts!)
 
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