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December 2, 2008, 2:55 am
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Not sure what you mean by 'subroutine bits'. There is a way
to run dynamically generated code at runtime. And/or there is
a way to store references to subroutines (addresses) into an
array at runtime (the compiler will optimize static occurances
of references), then call them later. There is only compile-time
and run-time code. Interpeter may be a partial misnomer.
That you have created a dynamic array (run-time) means you
can join the elements into a string and pass it to the eval()
If though, you just want to print out subroutines, I don't
(or never heard of) know an internal function that will print
those out. There may be, dunno. I would be suprised though.
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