It is honoring standard ANSI console escape codes. There are lots of them:
The magic word is LAUNCH
svv/facet-words/15 appears to be a function, so typing...
...gets the function executed, rather than displayed.
Try this home-grown PAUSE function:
pause: func [text /local input][
while ["" <> trim/lines input][
input: ask join text "...
The selected lines are in FILE-NAMES/picked. Try this:
SHOW-SELECTED: does [
SELECTED-ITEM/text: mold FILE-NAMES/picked ;; this does...
It's not elegant (no use of PARSE!) but I think this does it:
double-square: func [
Thanks for republishing these problems.
If I've read the spec right, this one is trivial for REBOL:
Four problems with modified?:
You may get false hits:: a file's contents may not have changed, but its date may have (perhaps if it has been...
You do not seem to be specifying the folder name in a way REBOL is happy with.
This should work:
elenco: copy [ ]
funz_cerca: func [curr-dir...
Change the write to:
save %clubs-db.txt db
and it should work.
To reload the data:
db: load %clubs-db.txt
All of what Graham said.
Plus other things to check:
is that path to the executable right? it may need to be something like...
Glad my sample code was some use.
Bullet-proofing code for operational usage is a never-ending task.
One other area you might want to look at...
Here's one way to get close -- it replaces all non-acceptable chars in the target with "_"
Some games here:
More games here:
Separate names with a comma.