PWCT 1.9 Art Documentation ( http://doublesvsoop.sourceforge.net )

2006-2013, Mahmoud Fayed ( msfclipper@users.sourceforge.net )

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Table of contents

1 - Introduction

2 - Implementation steps

3 - Final Steps Tree

4 - Application during the runtime

1 - Introduction

In this lesson we are going to learn how to deal with Memo variables.

2 - Implementation Steps

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Fig. (1) Goal Desginer - Steps Tree

Select the step (The First Step)

We will start now new interaction process to generate new steps to our steps tree.

The slow way (Using Mouse):

                1 - Click Interact to open the components browser

                2 - Select the domain (Memo)

                3 - Select the component (Read File (To String))

The fast way (Using Keyboard shortcuts):

                1 - Get the component using its name by typing (Read File (To String))

                Note : Stop typing when you see the required component is selected

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Fig. (2) Component Browser Select the component (Read File (To String))

After selecting the component click Ok or press ENTER

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Fig. (3) Interaction page - Set the properties and enter the required data as in the image above

Afer entering data , Click OK or press CTRL+W

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Fig. (4) Goal Desginer - Steps Tree

Select the step (The First Step)

We will start now new interaction process to generate new steps to our steps tree.

The slow way (Using Mouse):

                1 - Click Interact to open the components browser

                2 - Select the domain (Memo)

                3 - Select the component (Count Lines of String)

The fast way (Using Keyboard shortcuts):

                1 - Get the component using its name by typing (Count Lines of String)

                Note : Stop typing when you see the required component is selected

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Fig. (5) Component Browser Select the component (Count Lines of String)

After selecting the component click Ok or press ENTER

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Fig. (6) Interaction page - Set the properties and enter the required data as in the image above

Afer entering data , Click OK or press CTRL+W

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Fig. (7) Goal Desginer - Steps Tree

Select the step (The First Step)

We will start now new interaction process to generate new steps to our steps tree.

The slow way (Using Mouse):

                1 - Click Interact to open the components browser

                2 - Select the domain (Variables)

                3 - Select the component (Numeric To String)

The fast way (Using Keyboard shortcuts):

                1 - Get the component using its name by typing (Numeric To String)

                Note : Stop typing when you see the required component is selected

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Fig. (8) Component Browser Select the component (Numeric To String)

After selecting the component click Ok or press ENTER

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Fig. (9) Interaction page - Set the properties and enter the required data as in the image above

Afer entering data , Click OK or press CTRL+W

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Fig. (10) Goal Desginer - Steps Tree

Select the step (The First Step)

We will start now new interaction process to generate new steps to our steps tree.

The slow way (Using Mouse):

                1 - Click Interact to open the components browser

                2 - Select the domain (Print Text)

                3 - Select the component (Print Text To Console)

The fast way (Using Keyboard shortcuts):

                1 - Get the component using its name by typing (Print Text To Console)

                Note : Stop typing when you see the required component is selected

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Fig. (11) Component Browser Select the component (Print Text To Console)

After selecting the component click Ok or press ENTER

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Fig. (12) Interaction page - Set the properties and enter the required data as in the image above

Afer entering data , Click OK or press CTRL+W

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Fig. (13) Goal Desginer - Steps Tree

Select the step (The First Step)

We will start now new interaction process to generate new steps to our steps tree.

The slow way (Using Mouse):

                1 - Click Interact to open the components browser

                2 - Select the domain (Print Text)

                3 - Select the component (Print Text To Console)

The fast way (Using Keyboard shortcuts):

                1 - Get the component using its name by typing (Print Text To Console)

                Note : Stop typing when you see the required component is selected

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Fig. (14) Component Browser Select the component (Print Text To Console)

After selecting the component click Ok or press ENTER

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Fig. (15) Interaction page - Set the properties and enter the required data as in the image above

Afer entering data , Click OK or press CTRL+W

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Fig. (16) Goal Desginer - Steps Tree

Select the step (The First Step)

We will start now new interaction process to generate new steps to our steps tree.

The slow way (Using Mouse):

                1 - Click Interact to open the components browser

                2 - Select the domain (Console Application)

                3 - Select the component (Wait (Key/Seconds))

The fast way (Using Keyboard shortcuts):

                1 - Get the component using its name by typing (Wait (Key/Seconds))

                Note : Stop typing when you see the required component is selected

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Fig. (17) Component Browser Select the component (Wait (Key/Seconds))

After selecting the component click Ok or press ENTER

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Fig. (18) Interaction page - Set the properties and enter the required data as in the image above

Afer entering data , Click OK or press CTRL+W

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Fig. (19) Goal Desginer - Final Steps Tree

3 - Final Steps Tree

The First Step

                File "Demo.TXT" To String Mystr

                mymax = Lines count of mystr

                mymax = CONVERT mymax TO STRING

                Print text ("Lines " + mymax) to console

                Print text (mystr) to console

                WAIT ( 3 SECONDS)

4 - Application during the runtime

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Fig. (20) Application during the runtime