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Re: Built in varaibles during verb execution
Personally, I use the other form, when my syntax won't fit.
if you use the argstr, @args, args[x] where x is the number of the word
after the verb, it handles the parsing for you, fairly well, and you only
have to worry that your syntax isn't close enough to the object prep object
syntax to accidentally trigger the iobj/dobj translation.
I can pass information from within a verb this way, without a problem.
GRAEME SMITH email: email@example.com
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On Mon, 24 Jun 1996 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Variables such as dobj, iobj, dobjstr, and iobjstr are all set before
> executing a -x verb from the command line.
> I desire to get additional information to such a -x verb, which means the
> huh code cannot be used and for data integrity and execution speed I am
> against trying to store the data into properties and then let every
> executing verb that needs the information to try and figure out where the
> data is stored and to retrive it and to then release the data when finished.
> The easist solution is to bite the benifit of letting this work with -x verbs
> and to use the :huh verbs.
> But the solution that would be best, and I am posting for ideas requires
> a change to the sever itself. I would like to either put the information into
> dobj and iobj from #0:do_command, which would mean overriding the default
> value iobj/dobj take when the matches fail after calling #0:do_command in the
> DB. Or to add two new standard variables which could be set from
> #0:do_command and would remain when the currect -x verb is executed.
> The problem is that I don't know how to add such a property, does anybody
> know how to or could Pavel tell me that its not worth attempting for varies
> server complexity reasons.
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