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06 Mar 2018
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Hi freaks

I just want to implement a few debugs into my component and output the componentname behind a (instance-)handle.
Very easy task I thought. But UnifAce answered with a “nope, no way”.

A little bit of playing around and I got a solution:
Instead of $componentname(v_HANDLE) just write $componentname(“%%v_HANDLE%%%”) and voila, you got the wanted result.

But – question to UnifAce – is this a official way to get the component behind a (instances-) handle?


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