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November 11, 2007


James Weaver

Good points, codecraig! Thanks for your input!


JavaFX Script does offer some interesting methods of querying and modifying arrays. I think the SQL-esque features are especially interesting:

import java.lang.System;

var x = [1..10];
foreach (i in x where i % 2 == 0)

This example demonstrates a few things. First it uses a range to create a list of numbers from 1 through 10. Then I used the built-in foreach operator to iterate over the "x" list. In the foreach block I used some of the SQL-esque features such as "where i % 2 == 0" to print only the even numbers.

JavaFX Script is really interesting and has lots of goodies that I have yet to fool around with.

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