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#21940 - 07/07/10 01:09 AM Re: Code for Blinds - SECU16 [Re: Just Another Joe]
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 Originally Posted By: Just Another Joe
At line 003, you have IF RELAY IS OFF, two THEN lines, and at line 006 IF RELAY IS ON followed by a THEN line at line 007. Couldn't you replace line 007 with an ELSE, and remove line 006? I.e. musn't the relay be either on or off; no other state?

In any case, just to reinforce Guy's comments about the 'skip' instruction: I presently have a 2000 line program which loops 12 to 14 times per second, because when there are no input stimuli, most of the code is 'skipped' over.



Hey,Just Another Joe!I agree with you!
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#21941 - 07/07/10 05:21 AM Re: Code for Blinds - SECU16 [Re: ghdfans2010]
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In that particular case yes, you could. This is because both statements are nested inside the test for the single triggering event at line #1 and are normally skipped over (line #2).
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