Does eValid have a built-in programming language?
Thanks for asking RParton.
The scripting language for eValid is actually command oriented.
Here is a summary of the principles we used in developing it: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... iples.html
There are "conditionals" in eValid, via the system of raising flags that then control subsequent program flow.
There are settable flags for ERRORs, TIMEOUTs, WARNINGs, and ALARMs.
They all operate independently and they all provide for alternative end-of-playback processing that you express in a script file.
So you could have one doing this and the other doing that.
(It is even possible to have those recovery scripts call the parent script, but we don't recommend that.)
Finally, there IS a programmatic interface, the eValid Programmatic Interface (EPI) feature, described here: http://e-valid.com/Promotion/EPI/general.html
That feature basically gives you the C++ language interface to eValid.
There is no plan to implement eValid with, say, a RUBY interface, C++ is good enough.
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