I have a callback handler in a stack that looks for telemetry data. When it gets some, I parse it and then want to save it. However, to save it requires other functions and commands in the same stack.
I could put it on the card, but where? I use the openCard end openCard and that’s about it in the card.
The stack has all the functions and commands I need. There’s no button to press to run the save code – I need it to run automatically.
How can I put the chunk of code on the card and then have the stack ‘call it’?
I know how to call commands from the card, but not from the stack.
Generically, you simply call either a command handler or a function handler in-line:
on mouseUp -- a "main" handler doSomething -- a command handler dosomethingElse -- another command handler put doYetAnotherThing(paramList) into field 1 -- a function handler end mouseUp on doSomething well, do something end doSomething on doSomethingElse you get the picture ...
Try making a simple main handler that does silly trivial things for each of the three “subRoutine” calls above. You will be an expert in a matter of hours.
The placement of the three has to be managed. Generally, they reside in the script where the main handler lives. But they can be anywhere in LC.
Answered By – dunbarx
Answer Checked By – Mildred Charles (BugsFixing Admin)