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#129466 - 04/11/13 03:40 PM Re: these % thingys
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#129467 - 04/11/13 04:03 PM Re: these % thingys
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you fart keep on using the "DOS version" of kixtart. eh?
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#129468 - 04/11/13 08:45 PM Re: these % thingys
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For testing scripts YES. I hate having to trap the Window console or use other code to trap errors. Running it in DOS console just comes easy to me.

Like said. Each has his/her own way of doing things.

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#129469 - 04/11/13 09:35 PM Re: these % thingys
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trap?
so you say, if you run the old kixtart via commandline, you don't need to care about the errors but when using wkix32 you suddenly take those seriously?
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#129470 - 04/11/14 10:17 AM Re: these % thingys
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No I'm saying I hate having to declare a var just for GET $ or whatever, then remove it for production. I edit and run all my code in a DOS console all the time. If I use WKIX32 I need to place code there to stop or trap it otherwise it will close and you won't see the error so obvious.

As said, personal preference. Yes I could work around it with WKIX32 but I choose not to.

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#129471 - 04/11/14 03:31 PM Re: these % thingys
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but how do you see error on the console?
afaik, you need to somehow force it to show anyways. duh.
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#129472 - 04/11/14 08:01 PM Re: these % thingys
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I use "%" thingies

Think you already know, you just like to bump post count

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#129473 - 04/11/14 08:56 PM Re: these % thingys
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hmm...
so you do something like:
set "thisError="+@error

or?
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#129474 - 04/11/14 09:22 PM Re: these % thingys
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when i am developing a project i use kix32.exe and a open command prompt...

very easy to dump variables, information, string length, or... just run throught a development process with the command prompt.

once i get to a production realy lvl of code and i have no need of the command prompt display, i will switch over to wkix32.exe after removing all debug stuff....

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#129475 - 04/11/14 10:01 PM Re: these % thingys
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now there is a good explanation how it's done.

next I need to ask, why you need to use 2 executables when you can go with single?
you need to make the debug stuff anyways, so you also need to remove it when put to production.

if you then need to add "get $" to the end so you would not need another exe ("kix32.exe") nor additional helpers (command prompt)...
dunno, I see no reason why one still wants to go with the old one when wkix32 is clearly simpler.
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