[sword-devel] ListKey question and MacSword 1.1
Troy A. Griffitts
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Sat May 8 11:37:44 MST 2004
lk = vk.ParseVerseList("mat;mark;luke", vk, true);
lk = "john 3:16";
std::cout << "\nError should be set: " << ((lk.Error()) ?
William Thimbleby wrote:
> The other question is: how do I find out if a listkey contains a key?
> So, for instance if I have a list key generated from a verse list or
> find results, how can I find out if it contains "John 3:16"?
> On 8 May 2004, at 18:52, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>> Sounds like a great release!!! Maybe we can get it on the new CD
>> before we cut (since it's taking me way too long to finish up
>> necessary todo items).
>> Not sure I completely understand your question... It sounds quite
>> straight-forward, but from my experience, maybe you're asking
>> something I had troubles with... (or maybe I'm trying to read too much
>> in and it really is a basic question).
>> Here's the basic answer, I'll save my time for the other answer in
>> case this is really what you want:
>> ListKey lk;
>> lk << "john 3:16";
>> std::cout << "Count should be 1: " << lk.Count();
>> William Thimbleby wrote:
>>> Does anyone know if there is a way to see if a listkey contains a
>>> single key? That'd be very handy.
>>> also FYI I've released a beta version of MacSword 1.1:
>>> here are the changes so far:
>>> Support for general books
>>> Find ranges now supported for faster and more accurate searching
>>> Regular expression search result are now highlighted
>>> Left to right text supported properly
>>> Devotionals now remember window opened in
>>> MacSword remembers expanded items in modules list
>>> Cheers guys,
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