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Xpand or Xtext function NOCODE [message #1703586] Mon, 03 August 2015 12:06 Go to next message
fox nox is currently offline fox noxFriend
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Hello all,

I need a kind of function in the xpand or xtent language, which suppress the output of the FOREACH-Loops (CR, LF, Space or TAB) and IF-Sequences by doing normal calculation.
If code is written in normal way, often code is indent like the following:

«FOREACH c.eAllContents ....
«set ...
«get ...

This is especially necessary for having a better view on the code and changing it afterwards. If the example above is done in Xpand the results looks bad!
I know I can add ")->>" or ")->"">>" but there are still new lines which I do not want.

In other languages there are similar function called [!NOCODE!].

... some code

Is there a kind of function in Xpand also?
The solution could also be a JAVA function for Xtent.
Re: Xpand or Xtext function NOCODE [message #1703634 is a reply to message #1703586] Mon, 03 August 2015 18:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Christian Dietrich is currently offline Christian DietrichFriend
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for Xpand/Xtend1 questions please use the m2t forum/newsgroup

ntl. there is no other option besides the ->> in xpand.

(maybe you can fix that with a beautifier)

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Re: Xpand or Xtext function NOCODE [message #1843451 is a reply to message #1703586] Fri, 30 July 2021 08:08 Go to previous message
zhen zhong is currently offline zhen zhongFriend
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hello, may i ask a question? What language is this?
... some code
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