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04-20-2003 04:49

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eekaydee

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Hi

The help file for TNT is really helpful! I noticed that the "restore" keyword isn't in it though... are there any other commands/keywords that are not in the help file or user guide?

04-20-2003 21:45

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Mark Tully

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I've just added restore - it will be in the next release - sorry!

Mark

04-21-2003 22:34

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ERaZer

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Restore? What does it do?

04-22-2003 00:10

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nobody really knows...

Hey, somebody send me an example where you use the FX matrix? I' m too curious...
Thanks

04-22-2003 00:41

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eekaydee

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I think the "restore" keyword works like a "goto" for data; the syntax is "restore label", and the label is in the form "label:" so data set by "data" and read by "read" is read from "label:"

Hope you understood that...

As for the fx matrix, isn't there already an example here at tntbasic.com?

04-22-2003 01:49

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matteo

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FX matrix

hey, you' re right! thanx!

04-23-2003 23:34

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Mark Tully

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I've improved the docs on fx matrix and restore and it will be in the next release.

The new fx matrix help file was based on the content of this thread:
http://www.tntbasic.com/community/forums/showthread.php?threadid=287

eekaydee is correct with the explanation of restore. You can read more about it elsewhere in the forum

http://www.tntbasic.com/community/forums/showthread.php?threadid=540

Remember - forum searching is your friend.

Cheers,

Mark

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