Yes, the statements wait for an input instruction.
To bypass if ... then missing, you cat use a test, like this
if $__answer is the input string
$__answer == "your value" ? make this : make that;
It works ok, but it may be annoying if there is too much things depending of the test result.
To avoid having to test for each line, call function which will do all the things in one case and another function for the other case.
I beg it doesn't make a beautiful code, but it can helps.
But perhaps, Dorian will add this basic test function...
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/28/2007 07:42PM by JujuLand.