oki, i took a few mins out to actually think about the problem as i've never really wondered about the export ...
I dunno how but it slipped my memory that you had to define the export
sync on : sync rate 60 :`// VSync
`-- Main Loop ----
`// clear screen and position text
set cursor 0,0
`// check for mouse click
bClick = mousecli()
`// let the user know if it has been
if bClick = 1
print "Mouse Button Pressed"
print "Mouse Button Not Pressed"
`-- Functions ----
`// check for mouseclick
`// check both mouse buttons
if mouseclick()=1 or mouseclick()=2
bValue = 1
bValue = 0
endfunction bValue :`// return 1 if true
i would recommend just to make sure you remember what value your checking for you name the export the same, but i can't believe i forgot that you had to setup the function itself as the return
well should help you alot (^_^)
but also help a few newbies with the same problem ...
for those who don't know i tend to use a single letter to make the code more understandable,
b = boolean which is either true (1) or false (0)
v = interget value
f = float ... i know you have to also place a # at the end but it still helps in certain situations
s = string ... also you put a $ at the end, but hey same point as above, certain instances you'll have interger code to define it or something
g = global, althought technically these are always predefined arrays with a single value - still helps to know what are arrays and what are global values.
a = array, well self explinitory
_ = subroutine
may seem a little silly to have ontop of the DB ones my own little definitions, but helps me to know what does what at a simple glance - good for more complex code
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