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vrf VRF problems with loops

Question asked by bill.ossmann on May 9, 2004




I'm still a little unclear on exactly what you want to do, but this looks
like an ideal use for a UserFunction. You can call it at point A during
startup, and again from within your loop without all the jumping around. It
makes for code that is much easier to understand and maintain.

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Hi,
the topic is a little bit more complicated, than a single loop.
Below I have a diagram how the program looks like. When I 'm on the right
below loop and over a confirm button I want end the loop and jump to point
A.
Doing some presetting for the filereader and then back to the loop below.
Up to now I got always the message 'illegal use inside a loop' ?

Thomas

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [vrf] RE: [VRF] problems with loops (06-Mai-2004 16:54)
From:    bill.ossmann@philips.com
To:      tw@huber-online.com

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> Also look at the Next and Break blocks available under Flow->Repeat. The
> Next block forces the loop to start the next cycle, and the Break block
> forces the loop to exit.
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> Philips Ultrasound
> e-mail:  bill.ossmann@philips.com
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>  >  now I want finish a loop and jump one instance above the loop.
> >  Than I get the message illegal use of loop functions.
>       Sounds like the problem everyone has when they make their first
>       "loop."
>       In VEE, a loop doesn't look like a loop - that is, you don't wire
the
>       end point to the top.  Instead, go to Flow->Repeat, and select the
>       object
>       that is closest to the type of loop that you want.  Its output is
>       connected
>       to the top of your loop.
>
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