• Writing to User database

    From Bigjoe@VERT to All on Sat Jan 15 19:29:00 2005
    I know using

    Setstr Joe Moo
    set_user_string user_string_note

    will work, how do I do the same thing but, with a (int_var)

    I'm using a int_var called code. It has a number in it. How do I set the users notes with that int_var

    Thanks

    Joe


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  • From Angus Mcleod@VERT to Bigjoe on Sat Jan 15 23:00:00 2005
    Re: Writing to User database
    By: Bigjoe to All on Sat Jan 15 2005 19:29:00

    I know using

    Setstr Joe Moo
    set_user_string user_string_note

    will work, how do I do the same thing but, with a (int_var)

    I'm using a int_var called code. It has a number in it. How do I set the use notes with that int_var

    Convert to a string first. Example:

    COPY SomeStringVar SomeIntVar

    The COPY verb will convert integers to decimal strings if the source
    variable is an integer. If you want the string to be more complex, such
    as a string with your int_var *in* it, then try:

    SPRINTF SomeStringVar "User has visited %ld times" SomeIntVar

    which embeds trailing string_ or int_var(s) in the format string at the point(s) where the specifier(s) are.


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  • From Bigjoe@VERT to Angus Mcleod on Sun Jan 16 11:27:00 2005
    Re: Writing to User database
    By: Angus Mcleod to Bigjoe on Sat Jan 15 2005 11:00 pm

    Thanks, That works

    Joe


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