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In a statement like:

  if  _t("some_variable", 1) then...


what does the _t mean ? 

I have search but have not been able to find info on this in Lua documentation.

Thx.

Edited by ark

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There are a set of LINDA-specific _tX() functions in common.lua that compare the Lvar and toggle the outcome. I am away from my system at present so i can not list each one. If you look in this LINDA system code you will find a description for each. 

Edited by ScotFlieger

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8 hours ago, ScotFlieger said:

There are a set of LINDA-specific _tX() functions in common.lua that compare the Lvar and toggle the outcome. I am away from my system at present so i can not list each one. If you look in this LINDA system code you will find a description for each. 

Thanks Andrew, I get the general idea.

Al

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