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1. On page1 of the attached project is the marking and moving of text.
2. What you are asking for is transparency. I don't think you can do that in
3. What I've done on page2 isn't really what you're asking for.
Traditionally, Logo has a primitive "define" - which allows the creation of
new procedures "on the fly" under program control. It sounds to me what
you're asking for (which isn't too clear to me) would need that capability.
If anybody knows how to do that in MicroWorlds, please speak up.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Zehava Wizman" <zehava_w@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2004 8:52 PM
> I have some questions
> 1.Is there a way to mark some lines in textbox (and each time it will be
> other lines) and to say in run time "take those marked lines and copy it
> another textbox' its can be marked also with color or something else
> identify those lines. for example- student gets aritcle, he has to mark
> sentences and then the program has to take those marked sentences by
> and display it in another textbox .
> 2. how can picture be infront of a turltle,its means, I will see both of
> them' but the picture will be forword.
> 3. I build , in RunTime buttons that the instructions in it will be
> variables the user enters in question box, then I want to write the
> instruction, but I cant take variable in instruction for example user is
> asked to enter name of first team' he enters some name and I enter it to
> variable :team1 then I build button with :team1, and have to write
> instruction, the system doesn't get to :team1
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