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RichardS 2-Feb-12 4:08am View
And then just concatenate them (str += new_str)?
RichardS 31-Jan-12 11:17am View
Thanks - I have slightly adapted the solution, but essentially the same idea. I have set your ALARM/WARNING bool's at start up by passing by creating a class handler that is queried on startup. Not my "ideal" solution, but an extra compare per print is not a major issue. I don't think I was ever going to get everything :)

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