« on: June 12, 2013, 02:00:55 PM »
Okay first off i have done about everything i can think of including eliminating each sentence off one by one and redoing the random sentence amount etc. but i am getting a hal error : 1033 line 1806 column 201 , unterminated constant .
This is a new plug in i just did that is a part of a larger plug in that it goes in .
For those with better knowledge of the crimson editor i could use some help . If a person know the correct way to look this up please let me know what steps you did , i tried opening the plug in it's self but the numbers don't appear to show as high as the error line etc. I also tried opening my angela uhp .
this plug in as of right now is just called TEST MULTIPLE , as i am testing it and will rename it later correctly.
below is this plug in :
Rem Name=TEST MULTIPLE
Rem Author=lightspeed a.k.a Lonnie Hensley
Rem PLUGIN: PLUGINAREA7
If InStr(1, OriginalSentence, "Multiple Sclerosis") > 0 Or InStr(1, OriginalSentence, "multiple sclerosis") > 0 Or InStr(1, OriginalSentence, "multiple sclerosis symptoms") > 0 Then
Select Case int(rnd()*21)
GetResponse = "What Is Multiple Sclerosis or M S, M S is a chronic disease that damages the nerves in the spinal cord and brain, as well as the optic nerves."
GetResponse = "Sclerosis means scarring, and people with MS develop multiple areas of scar tissue in response to the nerve damage, Depending on where the damage occurs, symptoms may include problems with muscle control, balance, vision, or speech."
GetResponse = "M S Symptoms are, Weakness or Numbness, Nerve damage can cause, Weakness in an arm or leg Numbness, Loss of balance and Muscle spasms, These symptoms may lead to frequent tripping or difficulty walking."
GetResponse = "Other M S Symptoms can be Vision Problems, More than half of people with M S experience a vision problem called optic neuritis, This inflammation of the optic nerve may cause blurred vision, loss of color vision, eye pain, or blindness, usually in one eye, The problem is usually temporary and tends to improve within a few weeks, In many cases, vision problems are the first sign of M S."
GetResponse = "Some other M S Symptoms can be Speech Problems, Although less common than vision problems, some people with M S develop slurred speech, This happens when M S damages the nerves that carry speech signals from the brain, Some people also have trouble swallowing."
GetResponse = "Lets talk about Other M S Symptoms, M S can take a toll on mental sharpness, Some people may find it takes longer to solve problems, Others may have mild memory loss or trouble concentrating, Most people with MS also experience some loss of bladder control, because signals between the brain and bladder are interrupted, Finally, fatigue is a common problem, You may feel tired even after a good night's sleep."
GetResponse = "Let's talk about the Outlook for M S, Most people with MS live a normal or near-normal lifespan, While the condition may make it more difficult to get around or complete certain tasks, it doesn't always lead to severe disability, Thanks to effective medications, rehab therapies, and assistive devices, many people with M S remain active, stay in their jobs, and continue to enjoy their families and favorite activities!"
GetResponse = "Let's talk about a Stroke verses M S, Confusion, slurred speech, and muscle weakness can be symptoms of M S, but they can also be signs of a stroke, Anyone who suddenly has trouble speaking or moving their limbs should be taken to the E R immediately, Treating a stroke within the first few hours provides the best odds of a successful recovery!"
GetResponse = "The way that M S Attacks, In people with M S, the body's own immune system attacks the tissue surrounding the nerve fibers in the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves, This covering is made of a fatty substance called myelin, It insulates the nerves and helps them send electrical signals that control movement, speech, and other functions, When myelin is destroyed, scar tissue forms, and nerve messages are not transmitted properly."
GetResponse = "As far as What Causes M S, The roots of M S remain mysterious, but doctors see some surprising trends, It's most common in regions far from the equator, including Scandinavia and other parts of Northern Europe, These areas get less sunlight, so some researchers believe that vitamin D the sunshine vitamin may be involved, Research suggests a possible link between vitamin D deficiency and autoimmune disorders, but studies are ongoing, Genetics appear to play a role as well."
GetResponse = "As far as Who Gets MS, M S is at least twice as common in women as it is in men, While it can strike people of any race, whites appear to be most at risk, The chances of developing the condition are highest between ages 20 and 50."
GetResponse = "Well as far as Diagnosing M S, Tests are often used, along with a medical history and neurological exam, to diagnose M S and rule out other causes of symptoms, More than 90% of people with M S have scar tissue that shows up on an MRI scan, A spinal tap can check for abnormalities in the fluid that bathes the brain and spinal cord, Tests to look at electrical activity of nerves can also help with diagnosis, Lab tests can help rule out other autoimmune conditions or infections such as HIV or Lyme disease"
GetResponse = "As far as how M S Progresses, M S follows a different pattern in every person, but many people can manage their disease with treatment, Doctors see four forms, Relapsing-remitting, Symptoms flare during acute attacks, then improve nearly completely or remit, This is the most common form of M S."
GetResponse = "The Primary-progressive M S, M S slowly but steadily worsens without improvements or acute flare-ups, Secondary-progressive, Begins as relapsing-remitting type, then becomes progressive,
Progressive-relapsing, The underlying disease steadily worsens, The patient has acute relapses, which may or may not remit, This is the least common form of M S."
GetResponse = "Heres an interesting fact about M S and Weather, Research suggests that the disease may be more active during the summer months, Heat and high humidity may also temporarily worsen symptoms, Very cold temperatures and sudden changes in temperature may aggravate symptoms as well."
GetResponse = "As far as Treating M S with Medications, While there is no cure for M S, there are disease-modifying drugs that can reduce the frequency and severity of M S attacks, Use can result in less damage to the brain and spinal cord over time, slowing the progression of disability, When an attack does occur, high-dose corticosteroids can help cut it short, Many medications are also available to manage troubling M S symptoms, such as muscle spasms, incontinence, and pain."
GetResponse = "Lets talk about Treating M S Pain Management, About half of people with M S develop some form of pain, either as a result of a short circuit in the nervous system or because of muscle spasms or strain, Doctors may prescribe antidepressants and anticonvulsant medications to ease nerve pain, Pain medicines and anti-spasm medicines may also be used, Muscle pain often responds well to massage and physical therapy, Be sure to discuss your options with your doctor if you find yourself in pain."
GetResponse = "Their is ways of Treating M S with Physical Therapy, If MS affects a persons balance, coordination, or muscle strength, you can learn to compensate, Physical therapy can help you strengthen muscles, combat stiffness, and get around more easily, Occupational therapy can help you retain coordination in your hands for dressing and writing, And if you're having trouble speaking or swallowing, a speech therapist can help."
GetResponse = "An interesting fact about M S and Pregnancy is, Doctors generally agree that itís safe for women with M S to get pregnant, Research suggests no increased risk of complications during pregnancy, In fact, many women have fewer M S symptoms during pregnancy, High levels of hormones and proteins may suppress the immune system, reducing the odds of a new attack, It's best to talk with your doctors before pregnancy, as certain M S drugs should not be used while pregnant or nursing, In the early months after delivery, the odds for a relapse can rise!"
GetResponse = "It is possible for people to Stay Mobile even With M S, The vast majority of people with MS are able to continue walking, though many benefit from some type of assistive device, Orthotic shoe inserts or leg braces can help increase stability, When one leg is stronger than the other, a cane can help, Some People with significant problems with their legs may need to use a walker, And a wheelchair or scooter may be best for those who are very unsteady or tire easily."
GetResponse = "Exercise can help with people who have M S, Exercise can ease stiffness, fatigue, and other symptoms of M S, But overdoing it could make things worse, It's best to start slowly, Try exercising for 10 minutes at a time, then gradually working your way up to a longer session, Before you begin, check with your doctor about what type of activity and level of intensity would be most appropriate, A few possibilities include water aerobics, swimming, tai chi, and yoga!"
HalBrain.ReadOnlyMode = True