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* [Link|http://www.atarimagazines.com/v7n6/actiontoolbox.html]
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!! ATR-Image
* [Toolbox.atr]
!! ACTION! file (ACT)
* [TOOLBOX.ACT]
!! PDF file
* [actiontoolbx.PDF] ; PDF-file of the ACTION! Toolbox
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Whether you're using ACTION! to build "The Wizards of Zondar" or "The Ultimate Chef's Companion," your programming toolbox will be incomplete without a procedure that removes individual words from a string you've entered - and a procedure that compares those words with a list of known words in hopes of a match.
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Whether you're using ACTION! to build "The Wizards of Zondar" or "The Ultimate Chef's Companion", your programming toolbox will be incomplete without a procedure that removes individual words from a string you've entered - and a procedure that compares those words with a list of known words in hopes of a match.
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__Matchup()__ then jumps through the list by Increments, searching the first character of each command for a match. Upon finding one, it compares the remaining characters. If all the characters match, it alters the global variable Match to show where in the list the command was found. For example, after calling __Matchup(Word, Comlist1 ,5)__ you find that Match=6. You then know that "Word" matched the command beginning at character 6 - in this case, WEST.
__Matchup()__ then jumps through the list by Increments, searching the first character of each command for a match. Upon finding one, it compares the remaining characters. If all the characters match, it alters the global variable Match to show where in the list the command was found. For example, after calling __Matchup(Word, Comlist1, 5)__ you find that Match=6. You then know that "Word" matched the command beginning at character 6 - in this case, WEST.
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6 03-Feb-2011 14:45 0.191 kB Gromit to previous | to last ACTION Toolkit ==> ACTION Toolbox
5 03-Feb-2011 14:45 0.176 kB Gromit to previous | to last ACTION Toolkit ==> ACTION Toolbox
4 03-Feb-2011 14:43 0.176 kB Gromit to previous | to last ACTION Wordfind and Matchup ==> ACTION Toolkit
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