I was just reading a KB tech tip <http://kb.4d.com/assetid=77524> on OBJECT
DUPLICATE. I started using OD in v13 and really hadn't looked at the docs
for a while. The tech tip is showing how to control the level (or z-axis)
of a duplicated object. Handy, but not my point here.
The thing I was how tolerant the command is to omitted params. Here's the
I have ingrained in me the notion that if I want to pass the 'boundTo'
param but I'm not using variables I'll need to pass something like $nil in
the 'newVar' position. But the tech tip illustrates that I don't by using
So, is this a convention that's always existed and I just missed? Or is
this a feature of this particular command? I've got assume it can only work
when the params are unique types. In this case there's only one pointer so
that's pretty easy.
I'm not complaining - just want to understand how this works.
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