putting strings into expressions?
I'm currently playing with some MEL-scripting, but there is something I just can't figure out..
Is there a way to insert an "arglist" after a "curve" command?
For instance: "curve $arglist;" where $arglist is a string containing as an example "-p 1 0 0 -p 1 1 0 -p 2 1 0 -p 1 1 1"
The $arglist string is created dynamically in the script, one "-p x y z" sequence at the time.
I think I could calculate the first four points and then execute "curve -p $x1 $y1 $z1 -p ......." and then use the "-a" flag to append points to the curve, but it's not very neat, and I haven't tried it yet. Not sure if it would work anyway...
By the way... I've tested the arglist by using the "print ($arglist);" command and then copying the result and paste it after a "curve" command in the command line.
Last edited by DukerX : 24-07-2004 at 02:04 AM.