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Re: [Bug-apl] scripting )copy question

From: Juergen Sauermann
Subject: Re: [Bug-apl] scripting )copy question
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2017 18:54:23 +0100
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maybe i am stupid, but for me it looks like you are opening a function called sqlite
in your script (between 1 and 2. If so then the subsequent lines belong to your function sqlite) ?

And further down I reads:

it is the same behavior in apl workspace
which I interpret as meaning that the behavior in an apl script is the same as in an apl workspace?

But later you say:

i didn't ask about it in a workspace - my example was in a SCRIPT
/// Jürgen

On 02/06/2017 04:47 PM, address@hidden wrote:
did you read the post?

i didn't ask about it in a workspace - my example was in a SCRIPT

On Mon, 6 Feb 2017 11:33:51 +0800
Elias Mårtenson <address@hidden> wrote:

It works for me:

Network listener started. Connection information: mode:tcp addr:40267
*      )fns*
*      )copy 5 SQL*
DUMPED 2017-02-06 11:25:33 (GMT+8)
*      )fns*
SQL∆Begin       SQL∆Columns     SQL∆Commit      SQL∆Connect
SQL∆Disconnect  SQL∆Exec        SQL∆Rollback    SQL∆Select
SQL∆Tables      SQL⍙metadata


On 6 February 2017 at 10:10, <address@hidden> wrote:

#!/usr/local/bin/apl --script --

⍝⍎')copy SQL.apl' ⍝ for sqlite fns


⍎')copy SQL.apl' ⍝ for sqlite fns

⍎')fns'   ⍝ doesn't show SQL∆Connect

db←'sqlite' SQL∆Connect '/sqlite/tutorial.db'
⍝db←'sqlite' ⎕sql[1] '/sqlite/tutorial.db'



)fns    ⍝ shows SQL∆Connect


the ⎕sql[1] is in the apl so using it doesn't require anything but
starting apl

the SQL∆Connect is a fns in the SQL.apl so to use it the )copy must be done

the question is why doesn't the 2 )copy in the sqlite fns bring in the
function SQL∆Connect until after the sqlite function is run - it says

if i uncomment the   1 )copy the SQL.apl fns are loaded

it is the same behavior in apl workspace

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