[futurebasic] Re: DCOD's and CODE RESOURCES > 32K

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From: Chris Stasny <staz@...>
Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1998 17:47:27 -0500
>>>Thanks, Chris.  I may seem a little clueless here, but how do you go about
>>>passing the address of the globals that FB is using?  I'm familiar with the
>>>method of defining your own global space that Bill explained, but the FB
>>>DCOD's don't seem to bother with this.  They have a way of directly
>>>accessing the globals that are being used by the main app.  How is this
>>>done?  TIA.
>>>
>>
>>
>>OK. First set up the globals in your project.
><snip>
>
>There's still one thing that's confusing me:  in the code for the FB
>Debugger and Project Manager Tools, the DCOD's have total access to the
>globals without having to have any special values passed to them.  They
>even share the same globals file as the main via the GLOBALS statement at
>the top of the file.  I tried setting up my test program using the same
>structure, though, and any global values that I set in the main came out as
>zeros in the DCOD.  Just wondering if there's something I'm missing that
>would allow total access to globals.
>

In those tools, the DCOD doesn't really have total access to all globals.
Some DCODs do however, because they blockmove all vars from the caller into
a local copy of the globals file. I don't recommend it for a tool tho.




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