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Are you a LOAFer?

It had to happen. Just about every mainstream language out there now has a version of LOAF going for it. I think it would be rude not to do the same for Lotusscript. So here we go, an implementation written in ’script, encapsulated in a truly paradigm-shifting script library for maximum portability:

libLOAF.lss (492 bytes)

Yeah baby!

Comments

  1. So what about Formula language? oliver#
  2. Hmmm… @Return?Ben Poole#
  3. Living on the bleedin edge, as usual.Justin Knol#
  4. It'd run faster if you used the WinAPIJoe Litton#
  5. BTW, that oliver isn't me - but it is a good question nonetheless. I may have to demonstrate a Formula-based LOAF implementation at Lotusphere :-)

    Rock
    www.LotusGeek.comRock#
  6. I'm a loafer.Chris#
  7. Well…. After implentation.. I am really seeing the benefits.. :-)QuickCLIX#
  8. Well, I have taken the big step - I have not only added a LOAF interface to my own blog, I have also added it to the BlogSphere template.

    http://www.lotusgeek.com/SapphireOak/LotusGeekBlog.nsf?Open

    :)

    Rock
    http://www.LotusGeek.comRock#
  9. I tested this on 6.5, and it seems to work there too…

    - Julian
    Julian Robichaux#
  10. I've looked at several of the other implementation of loaf and it appears that line 18 in this implementation does not completely conform to specsdyte#

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