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Old   April 1, 2014, 06:58
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New to UDFs and probably a silly question, but..

How do you get the UDF to read a .scm scheme file when a certain condition is met?

For example.

In UDF script:
if time == 10
then testdoor=1

In Scheme file:
if testdoor=1
TUI command

Basically I am asking, how do I ensure these two are connected? Do they need to be in the same folder? Does the UDF script need a bit of code telling it where the .scm file is? Or does the define command sort all of this?

I ask because I have two scipts, one .c loaded into an executeAtEnd and the other .scm just sitting in the same folder, yet it is not executing the TUI commands at the correct time, so its either my time script is not correct or the .scm is not being loaded.

Any help is appreciated.
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