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On Wed, 13 May 2009 19:56:25 -0500, Daniel Ajoy <da.ajoy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Laurence,
> You are confusing procedures with processes.
> A procedure is a recipe with a name. The way MicroWorlds carries out that
> recipe is from the top to the bottom. That is called the execution flow.
> But a recipe can specify that two things must happen at the same time, thus
> splitting the execution flow, when that happens two "processes" are started,
> each one with its own execution flow.
> The commands to stop processes are: stopme, cancel and clickoff
> If each of your processes was started by "clickon", then you can use the
> "clickoff.other" procedure below:
> to clickoff.other :me
> ; clickoff other turtles but not me
> everyone [if not :me = who [clickoff]]
> And example of how to use it is attached.
> OpenWorld Learning
> PS. I enjoyed answering this question very much.
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