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Re: [Sc-devel] windows xp sp2 with wxpython installed
I don't have that book, so I'm not sure what you are copying and
pasting from. If it's just a rtf file, I usually open them with
wordpad and copy/paste. No need to search for any carriage returns,
everything comes out formatted correctly.
Is there a specific reason for sending everything 1 line at a time?
Do you know that if you select a block of text (either click and drag
over it, or double click on an enclosing bracket) then hit evaluate,
it will evaluate all the text at once? It does not h ave to be all on
If the code is surrounded by curved brackets, you can also simply put
the cursor at the opening bracket and press evaluate (ctrl + enter).
On 08/02/2008, fliptop <fliptop2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I've been using psycollider for a few weeks now. I have to cut and paste the
> text from David Cottle's book into microsoft word, then do a find and
> replace for ^p (hidden carriage return with blank). the result is
> unformatted (one big long single paragraph), but usually works when I run it
> in a new code window. Is this correct?
> I am having a little luck with the examples folder, if I remove all line
> feeds, carriage returns and tabs and send one line at a time. No luck with
> any of the pieces in examples folder.
> what am I doing wrong? I'm really enjoying what I've seen so far...
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