Axel Berger wrote:
What Lotta found is:I don't use it either. I still would like to know why it's sometimes OK and sometimes not.
I don't know much programming, but I once read a short book about programming in general. What I took with me is that one should strive for readability above all. That it's more important than compactness and even speed.
I think nested Clip functions are about the most hard to read code I've seen. Sure, I nest too. But sometimes it takes me longer to understand something that I wrote some time ago than it took me to write it in the first place - a lot longer. Especially for demos I think several lines with repeated ^!Set make it easier to follows than 10 nested functions on one row.
And I constantly slap myself for not always writing comments in clips for my own use. When I later want to change them a little it isn't always as easy if it could have been had I written comments and used self explanatory variable names...
Computer says no.