[squeak-dev] Squeak File Glitch
frank.shearar at gmail.com
Sat Jul 22 15:22:15 UTC 2017
On Jul 20, 2017 21:14, "ReliableRobots.com" <reliablerobots at gmail.com>
I ran this program and nothing happened so I added self halts and learned
it can't even read the input file! Yet the File List tool reads it. Such
dichotomy in behavior might be covered by a preference? I know MS Notepad,
the simplest editor now allows one to store a file in ones's choice of
formats. Does Squeak have a simple choice for input treatments that works
"Read a Bible file, reformat for beter readability and html standards."
| inPath ootPath inFIle outFile line words |
inPath := 'C:\Users\Owner\Desktop\Website\Jesus Words\Matthew.html'.
ootPath := 'C:\Users\Owner\Desktop\Website\Jesus Words\Matthew2.html'.
inFIle := FileStream oldFileNamed: inPath.
outFile := FileStream newFileNamed: ootPath.
[(line := inFIle nextLine) notNil
words := line substrings.
words size >0 ifTrue:[
outFile nextPutAll: line, '<br>'; cr; lf].
It is my observation that Squeak is the last gasp uttered by a mouse when
it fears death. It is not a normal sound they make unless they are being
eaten by a Python! I hope the Python people don't release code that
simply doesn't work.
I too am often frustrated by code that will just not work. When I wish to
blame the libraries I use, I end up asking myself "how likely is it that
the bug is in my code, written by a single frail, weak human, versus a big
in code used every day, in anger, by thousands of people?" I am hardly
humble, but this thought does help me at least try to practice humility. It
is almost always the case that the error end up being mine.
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