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Multiple Buttons

Jaap Murre

Shows how to await() for several buttons, each of which can be pressed.

This demo uses a more advanced construction with the waitfor ... or syntax. See this section in the NeuroTask book. Open the console to see the output (F12 on Windows).

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var e, r,
    left = addblock(9,10,12,3).button("Left"),
    right = addblock(79,10,12,3).button("Right"),
    down = addblock(9,80,12,3).button("Down"),
    bottom = addblock(79,80,12,3).button("Bottom");

waitfor {
    e = left.await("click");
    r = 1;
} or {
    e = right.await("click");
    r = 2;
} or {
    e = down.await("click");
    r = 3;
} or {
    e = bottom.await("click");
    r = 4;



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