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- Mar 21, 2016 20:22
- Forum: General
- Topic: Dynamic Arrays in UDT Constructor Crash [SOLVED]
- Replies: 8
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<<NOPE>> There was something wrong with this Constructor: Constructor imContext() load_wordBench( wordbenches( MASTER ), "Data/master.dictionary.json", 1 ) wb_make_hash( wordbenches( MASTER ) ) this.curBench = MASTER this.curGramCtx = 0 end Constructor Which went away when I moved it to a ...
I use macros a lot so I'm familiar with debugging them and the complexities. The notation is used is to take up less space visually. It should work the same way, but as you said, macros are strange.
When I saw this I was baffled. The compiler was reporting that the variable ngidx1 was not declared even though it clearly was. The offending line was: var ingram = this.wordgrams(POSTNG).array->items( ngidx1 )->object->fields(1)->value The variable is declared for lines up. I thought I may have don...
Resizing is handled by the OS which fbgfx doesn't exactly allow access to. The work around is to put an fbgfx screenbuffer into an OS window. The method would depend on which GUI (winapi, gtk, fltk, etc..) you use to make that work.
- Mar 07, 2016 21:28
- Forum: Tips and Tricks
- Topic: Generates Generic HTML from JSON
- Replies: 0
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This program basically takes a JSON object and then creates an HTML document to access the object within the HTML without any dependence on local documents . In order to make this work for you, find this: "myJsonObj.txt;" ..then swap out .txt for whatever object tag you're using. Files:...
I tried that. The compiled "hello world" does run. But other compiled programs which will run on other computers do not run on this one. I'm not sure yet what specific call this computer is hanging on, nor do I really think in the long run it matters. Something is wrong with OS and virus a...
All programs compiled are hanging but only on 1 specific machine. I need ideas as to why this might happen. The other machine I tested it on runs the same operating system (Win7) and the program works fine. There are no bugs in the code. I'm running a boot time virus scan now. Any ideas?