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RE: the Magic Box system? (use require)

by Buckaroo Buddha (Scribe)
on Jun 29, 2000 at 21:22 UTC ( #20437=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to the Magic Box system? (use require)


    based on the advice i read, i decided to simply 
    enclose it in a sub-function (thanks to all for 
    the advice)

    perhaps i could save that sub function in a file
    and add the line 'include' at the 
    beginning of the new document?

    i can deal with it the way it is, 
    (i've done it before, i can do it again ;)
    but it got me thinking... 

   what i really want is a good text-editor that has
   "block support" (along with regular colour and 
   tab support)

   the idea is that code could be displayed as a tree
   where blocks of it could be expanded and collapsed
   with the click of a toggle box

   ... navigation would be greatly improved (for 
   me at least) if after writing a complete and working 
   sub-function i could collapse it into one line 
   of code 

   i'll put it on my 'to do' list ... but that's under
   'learn how to program visual C++' so if someone else 
   knows of a text editor that does that already, 
   let me know  ;)
   (and pemungkah: you can bet that i'll be asking you 
      about coding in OO soon enough <g> )
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