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

heh, i just remembered that shareware people don't have the benifit of subclicks. But, I'd still like to know if a freebe return would be good. :)


> Hello again Mr. Reder.
>
> I have a question about the return statement. Why does it take an extra subclick? I am used to using an object oriented approach to programming. Consequently, I sectioned my code up using a bunch of gosub and return commands. But, I'm being penalized a subclick for each block of code. Is it possible that you could make the return command a freebe for all of us object oriented people? Just a humble suggestion.
>
> thanks for reading my comment :)
>
> -matt
>
> > I'm glad you worked that issue out! Thanks for your idea, i'll try to work that into the next release.
> >
> > Here are your answers:
> >
> > There is a recursion limit of 100 levels deep.
> >
> > A gosub and a goto both take 1 subclick but a gosub will take an extra subclick when you use the return statement, so it atcually takes up a little more processing power.
> >
> > Hope this helps!
> > John
> >
> >

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