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What are correct statements about creating scripting variables for a Tag::
1) It is necessary to implement TagExtraInfo interface.
2) You have to insert into the tag element of the taglib descriptor file an entry for tei-class element.
3) The interface you have to implement has a method called getVariableInfo.
4) None of the previous.
The answers are 1 2 and 3.
I am not very clear about how to create scripting variables, and how to use them. Could anyone explian a bit about these?
 
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Nobody can explain this?
 
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Visit sun site to get to know more abt scripting variable. TagExtraInfo lets u declare scripting variable.

Originally posted by rick collette:
What are correct statements about creating scripting variables for a Tag::
1) It is necessary to implement TagExtraInfo interface.
2) You have to insert into the tag element of the taglib descriptor file an entry for tei-class element.
3) The interface you have to implement has a method called getVariableInfo.
4) None of the previous.
The answers are 1 2 and 3.
I am not very clear about how to create scripting variables, and how to use them. Could anyone explian a bit about these?

 
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