- Working with Annotations
- Viewing Annotation data
- Showing/Hiding Annotations
- Node Trees
- Showing/Hiding Empty Nodes
Working with Annotations
The Iguana Translator displays annotations that show you exactly what your code is doing. An annotation block appears to the right of each function that is executed. If you have imported sample data for your script, it will also be shown in the annotations.
Each element of an annotation corresponds to the line of code that it is adjacent to:
An annotation element is created for each line of code that is executed.
In this example, the call to
ProcessLab() is not executed, so it does not have an annotation element:
Annotations contain click-able “dialog links” so you can inspect data in more detail.
In this case we clicked the Warnings link: