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Re: scratch that - no serious CAICL problems :) From:
matt

actually, a general caution of the sensitivity of the string "password" would be better. :)

wow, moving that colon to the end of the label worked wonders for my bug.

> the main loop of my program looked like this:
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> :helloDriver
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> (calls to sub procedures here..)
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> goto helloDriver
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> well, the problem was that the colon should go <i>after</i> the sub procedure name.. not before. Now my bug turns around forever like i wanted. :)
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> Sorry Mr. Reder for the false claim. Yea, it would probably be easier to debug if i registered. :)
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> I have more questions..
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> - How many levels of recursion can a subprocedure achieve?
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> - Does the gosub command take more click parts than the goto command?
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> And a suggestion
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> In the documentation you might want to put that labels can not contain the string "password" anywhere. I tried using the label "ppasswordhappy:" in my program and the next time I went to access the file it prompted for a password.. I had no idea what to type in. Good thing I had my file open in another window :) or I would have been locked out forever.
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> thanks.
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