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Similar to the operating system opening a file using its default application, AIR 2.0 provides the ability for applications to launch native processes and interact with them. The following classes add support for these capabilities:
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} set { LogSettings ls = new LogSettings(); ls.EnableLog = value; CallContext.SetData("log_settings", ls); } } } You can then set the call context flag on the client side like this: if (args.Length > 0 && args[0].ToLower() == "/enablelog") { LogSettingContext.EnableLog=true; } and read it on the server side with code similar to the following: if (LogSettingContext.EnableLog) { // simulate write to a logfile Console.WriteLine("LOG: Loading Customer " + id); }
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8. If the registration window doesn t appear, and things seem to hang in installing VBE (at progress bar 21), drag the progress window and see if the registration window is hidden beneath it.
Figure 8-23. Results as text 4. There will be times, though, when users require output to be sent to them. For example, they may wish to know specific details from a set of records, and so you build a query and save the results to a file to send to them. Or perhaps they want output to perform some analysis of data within a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. Again, this can be achieved from the Query menu by selecting Results To Results to File, or Ctrl+Shift+F. Specify sending results to a file and rerun the code. Once the code has been executed, a Save Results dialog box like the one in Figure 8-24 will appear: this could show any folder location initially in this case, it shows the My Documents folder.
// Preamble any code you need for the parser, such as opening modules, etc. %{ [Code] %} // Tokens and their types each line may contain several tokens %token <[Type]> [TokenName] ... [TokenName] ... // Associativity and precedences where tokens associate (left, right, // nonassoc) and how strongly they bind (in the order of their declaration) %left [TokenName] %right [TokenName] %nonassoc [TokenName] ... // Start symbols and their types %start [StartSymbol] %type <[Type]> [StartSymbol] %% // Productions defining how non-terminals are derived [Symbol] : [Symbols_1] { [Code_1] }
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