No, you're setting one global variable which equals an if statement and then you define another global variable with the same name but with another if statement.
When the global variable is called you call it by its name, in your case "do.artist.pic". How is the system to know which if statement to use? It can't. Also, the logic doesn't hold up ,since both can be true if you have files in both directories. Also, $ifgreater shouldn't be used like that. When comparing integers you can use $ifgreater, not when you want to compare string lengths or file size which I what you're trying to do here I guess.
It seems you have multiple things confused here. Starting with the use of global variables and if statements (including $ifgreater).
What you're talking about is this:
To search a particular file you need to be doing something like this:
$if($findfile(file path),true, false)
Thanks, I'll try that function when I get home. I'm not setting the same variable twice since only one of the statements will be true, every time.
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Here is a pointer to some examples, plus Linux X86/X86-64 executables. Will eventually distribute source when I get a few more responses. Just removed all vestiges of my GP finalizer/expander to avoid distributing more than just the DA-similar acting design.
You'll notice that the quality seems pretty darned good, and have gotten pretty good responses from audio 'listeners' (not just techies.) This program is NOT meant as a general purpose expander (my other programs do that better), but this seems to do better for a certain subset of recent purchases/downloads. (The other expander goes far beyond a normal dB/dB thingie, and this one is more of a nonlinear/very limited expansion range of approx 10dB or 15dB depending on audio band.)
I plan to destroy the examples in a week or so, but will plan to provide Win64 (maybe Win32) command line binaries and a copy of AT LEAST the mainline expansion code. I might provide the whole thing -- most of the unneeded stuff from the other project has now been removed from all of the codebase.
GOOD LUCK -- and even if you are not interested in my project, the music is generally very pretty (in some cases, better than I have ever heard some of the songs.)
After reading some (contradicting) tutorials on using qaac with EAC, I have some questions...
Some tutorials say to use qaac64.exe some say to use refalac64.exe (or their 32-bit counterparts). Both seems to work... Is there a "better" entry point?
Why some tutorials tell to uncheck the "Use CRC check" option and some other don't? Is it useless?
Thanks for your input!
If you want to check if a file exist use $findfile function. Also, set_ps_global merely sets a global variable, As such don't set two global variables with the same name, that's not gonna work.
What i don't understand is that some really well educated and sense making people still post at such forums and support this business model.
Cognitive dissonance is an incredibly powerful mental mechanism.
F0 <running length, in this case, 255> <255 bytes follow> <another delta tick count> F7 <running length, remainder of SysEx> <specified length follows, ends with F7>
If you use my tomid/2mid tool linked with this latest version of midi_processing, it can normalize these split up SysEx messages, padding them on the end with the extra tick counts that surrounded the continuation blocks.