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Krash
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Posted: 30th Oct 2002 00:20
Just wondering if any one knows how to save an array made with a user defined type without making a huge text file to write to... Thanks in advance.
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Viktor
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Posted: 30th Oct 2002 01:17
Depending on what is inside the array, I would use Momblock Write command.

Viktor
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Posted: 30th Oct 2002 01:17
Momblock :lol:, sorry, I mean Memblock!

Krash
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Posted: 30th Oct 2002 01:45
my data type contains 2 x,y cooridinates for a box.
like this

type boxtype
x1 as int
y1 as int
x2 as int
y2 as int
endtype

dim boxes(100) as boxtype

so how would I go about inputing this data into a memblock?
(if you would be so kind...)

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Viktor
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Posted: 30th Oct 2002 02:19
I presume, all int typer are positive, so you can define them as WORD... Sorry, but I did not much with User defined Types, so I´m not sure if this will work. I´m primary designing user interfaces.

MAKE MEMBLOCK 1,size
adr=0
WRITE MEMBLOCK WORD 1,adr,x1
WRITE MEMBLOCK WORD 1,adr+2,y1
WRITE MEMBLOCK WORD 1,adr+4,x2
WRITE MEMBLOCK WORD 1,adr+6,y2
inc adr,8
... Loops and other boxes

rem saving
Text 0,460,"Press REC on tape and press any key.":WAIT KEY
OPEN TO WRITE 1,"Myboxes.any"
WRITE MEMBLOCK 1,1
CLOSE 1

Krash
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Posted: 30th Oct 2002 02:25
thanks for the help! It works perfectly.

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Viktor
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Posted: 30th Oct 2002 13:21
Yeah, it is great to help other coders. I have been teached by the best: LDIR (aka LCD).

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