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Can't access native LUA function load from virtual device button


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Hi there,

I'm a developer but I'm fairly a newbie with LUA language and I'm having some problems undestanding the scope of the variables/functions, or maybe I'm just writing some garbage code... I need your help ;-)

 

I want to use the native LUA function "load()" to evaluate a string and let it parse it as LUA code.

I'm following LUA 5.2 documentation ( 

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 ) to use function, but I keep getting this error "attempt to call global "load" (a nil value) and I can't solve it. 

 

Here's my chunk of code:

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And here's the error

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Btw I'm using load() to make sure mainloop code is called right after button press, and not after 2/3 secs.

 

Hope someone can help me out =)

 

Thank you!

 

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