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To: zehava wizman <zehavawi1@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: checking if there are turtles in the page
From: Alain LCSI <alain@xxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 15 Aug 2010 10:31:06 -0400

Hi,

Try these:

to cleanup
carefully [everyone [remove who] ] [ ]
end

But don't get the bad habit of using carefully frequently. It's a bad habit
because it catches the errors silently and your programs are then impossible
to debug when you are deprived of error messages. See the definition of
carefully and error on Help.

Alain Tougas
LCSI


Le 2010-08-15 à 09:37, zehava wizman a écrit :

> Hello forum!
> I want to use the instruction " everyone [remove who]"  in startup. The
> problem is that when no turtle found, there is an error message:"No turtle
> found for everyone in startup".
> I search for an instruction that will check if there is any turtle ' remove
> it' if not - do nothing!
> How could I do it?
> Thanks, Zehava Wzman
>  
> 


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