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attaching the sync pin to user object.

Question asked by VRFuser on Apr 8, 1999
Latest reply on Apr 8, 1999 by VRFuser
You don't want to do that, its bad news anyway. If you enter the loop, you
will not exit user object untill the XeQ pin is activated. So even if you
could connect it, it would not work. The For range belongs inside with the
collector.

-----Original Message-----
From: David Birkin [mailto:djlb@st-andrews.ac.uk]
Sent: Thursday, April 08, 1999 11:54 AM
To: VEE Reflector
Subject: VRF: attaching the sync pin to user object.


Dear all,

Attached is a program containing a problem I have.  It contains a "for
range", a "collector" and a "AlphaNumeric" window.  If I now place the
collector and alpha in a userobject having two inputs -being data and
sync- I am unable to connect the sync pin.  any ideas why?

Regards,
David.


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Mr. David Birkin.
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