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 leiHiCopy ? 

Last post Fri, Oct 27 2006 1:13 PM by archive. 2 replies.
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  • Fri, Oct 27 2006 1:13 PM

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    leiHiCopy ? Reply

    Can someone tell me what this function does and what arguments it requires?  What is an "\&_poiner"?

    arglist => leiHiCopy(wtype \&_pointer t_string t_string t_string t_string t_string t_string t_string l_list "w&tttttttl")
    Thanks!


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  • Sun, Oct 29 2006 11:08 PM

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    RE: leiHiCopy ? Reply

    This function is private, and is for internal use only - it's used inside the leHiCopy() code.

    There should be absolutely no need for you to use it, and as such I won't try to research what the arguments mean - if you were to use it, you'd be likely to hit migration problems if this function changed or was deleted.

    There is a good reason for certain functions to be private and undocumented - they are for internal use and are liable to change.

    So, what should you be using instead? If you want an interactive copy, use leHiCopy() ; if you want to do the copy procedurally, use dbCopyFig().

    Regards,

    Andrew.


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  • Mon, Oct 30 2006 10:10 AM

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    RE: leiHiCopy ? Reply

    Well, it never hurts to ask.  ;-)  Plus, I like to understand the underpinnings.  It helps me write better SKILL code.

    Thanks!


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