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#ActualBytePtr

Posted 03 November 2012 - 03:39 AM

I just loop through them, they are saved in specific order, same order as i use the "fwrite" in my CPP source.
But how i would know in advance in what order the commands will be in the script source?
Impossible.

For ex: script
cls
print "test 1"
print "test 2"


I have to write "cls" struct once, and then "print" twice.
In same order. The order could be anything. Because its compiler. And user can write this in any order.

#1BytePtr

Posted 03 November 2012 - 03:38 AM

I just loop through them, they are saved in specific order, same order as i use the "fwrite" in my CPP source.
But how i would know in advance in what order the commands will be in the script source?

Impossible.

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