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Innerfuse Pascal Script III (IFPS3)

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Innerfuse Pascal Script III (IFPS3)

How to work with events of some component ?

For example :

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Edit1.OnChange
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E-Mail: ck@carlo-kok.com
NNTP: news://news.carlo-kok.com/
HTTP: http://www.carlo-kok.com/

Thanks.
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Event handeling is not yet implemented but planned for 1.01 or 1.02.

You can call a script procedure from a component event, works like a charm.
check the samples.
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by:escaper
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hi, zuipo

Where is your sample??

can you give me one ?  

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