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Old 01-15-2009, 09:27 PM   #1
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Some handy function | macroscript

Hi all,
Finally made a function to retreive all registered macroscript in an usable array, thought I'd share it. Maybe someone has use for it.

fn getMacroScripts = ( /* <DOC> Description here. Arguments: no arguments Return: <array> Returns a big array of arrays with macro meta data */ -- Setup the in and output local macroStream = stringStream "" local macroArray = #() macros.list to:macroStream seek macroStream 0 while not eof macroStream do ( -- Read a line local macroLine = readline macroStream -- Get the macro number as array local macroItem = #(substring macroLine 1 5) -- Get the rest of the line local macroRest = substring macroLine 6 -1 -- Make an array of it, filter it by qoutes local macroSplit = filterString macroRest "\"" -- Loop over the splitted array and clear the whitespace entries local macroClean = for macro in macroSplit where macro != " " collect macro -- Join the number and the rest of the items join macroItem macroClean -- Append to the final macroArray append macroArray macroItem ) -- return macro array macroArray ) -- Use it for macroscript management, menu building etc getMacroScripts()

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Old 01-15-2009, 09:48 PM   #2
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Thank ! this may be useful
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