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Implied Do Loops 5. Comments and reviews What are comments? Array Parameter Examples 3. Tags What are tags? Using Macros with Components and Assemblies 5. Creating a Macro 5. Arrays Contents note continued: Implied colon Do Loops 5. Global and Local Parameters 3. Macro File Naming Conventions 5. Login to add to list.

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Defining a Scalar Parameter 3. Repeating a Command 5. Creating a User Superelement 4. Found at these bookshops Searching – please wait Prompting Users With a Dialog Box 6. Table and Matrix Operations 7. Interfacing with the GUI 6.

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Calling Dialog Boxes From a Macro 7. Parametric Operations and Functions 3. Local Variables Outside of Macros 5.

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Picking within Macros 6. Add a tag Cancel Be the paeametric to add a tag for this edition. Guidelines for Parameter Names 3. Saving Toolbar Buttons 2. Writing to a File and Showing It ch.

Format Data Descriptors 8.

GO and Labels 5. Specifying Array Values 7. Degree of Freedom Ordering 4. Accessing Help for Commands 2. Substitution of Numeric Parametric Values 3.

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Executing Macros and Macro Libraries 5. Creating a macro 1. The Command Interpreter 1. Creating an Encrypted Macro 7.

Defining and Listing Array Parameters 3. Restrictions and Recommendations for Matrix Operations 4. Working with the Toolbar 2. Reviewing Example Macros 6.