Alessio Sangalli <man### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> I know this has been discussed many times in the past decades, but -
> besides having a bunch of macros that do #fopen's and #fwrite-#fread's,
> is there any plan to add "animation scope" to variables? It would make
> animations easier, especially when using non-linear accelerations, which
> is commonly the case when using easing functions.
> Also, vectors or - even better - dictionaries would be a great addition
> to the language, especially if they could be written to disk (or kept in
> animation scope).
> Is there any workaround that I am not aware of for the above?
upgrading? :-) v3.8 will get you dictionaries, though no "animation scope"
> Even the possibility to read files line by line would be useful.
have a look at 'Filed()', another recent macro of mine. you can read a range of
"records", or all. a range can be a single record, and you could use
'frame_number' to "index". serialising a dictionary using 'Filed()' would be
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