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Clicks a DOM element specified by element.
Sets the variable specified variable-name to expression. Expression can be any concatenated string, literal text, or Mathematical expression, and can include other variables, DOM elements, or webDOM settings.
Starts a loop block which will loop until loop-condition is no longer satisfied.
This is much like while loops in most standard programming languges. The first condition can be set to (true or false), and the loop-condition uses the conditional operators (<<, >>, ==, !=, <=, >=,
command is the command that's carried out at the end of the loop. Often times loops include incrementing a variable as the command at the end of the loop. An example loop would be "loop:true;var.i<<30;var:i=var.i+1" which would loop until the variable "i" was over 30.
When inside of a loop, the variable being used can be referenced by using "" brackets i.e: "dom.a.[var:i].innerhtml=foo" would set all of the link names in the loop range to "foo".
All loops must include an endloop call afterwards at risk of looping infinitely.
Ends a loop block. All endloop commands must come after an accompanying loop command.
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