What's the easiest way to run a script?
I can imagine this question to be quite surprising, but let me explain the situation: I'm working on a computer program, which should display a ring on screen, and is doing this drawing horizontal lines (from the inner part to the outer part of the ring).
I'm debugging the program, entering lines like:
The output becomes a whole bunch of lines, like:
... (some hundreds of them)
The idea is to put those lines in a script, and then use GeoGebra's display routines in order to see the graphical outcome of those lines.
At this moment I'm using a button to do this: I add a button to Geogebra's graphical view, I fill in the name, and in the scripting part, I copy/paste the mentioned output (you can imagine that the "Input" single line is far too limited for handling that large amount of scripting lines). When I click on "Ok", I have the impression that Geogebra is first verifying the object properties of the button, and as such verifying the whole scripting part, which easily takes several minutes to complete.
Is there an easier way to launch a script, without needing to pass by the script verification (at least, that's what I think is going on)?
Thanks in advance