Hybrid Choices

version 7 by AW Freyr

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  • Section: Flipping Pages
    Flipped pages are pages we read through but don't "stop" on. We see the passage but then move onto a new page immediately, a very useful function for long passages.
        p1 is a page.
        "You keep going..."
        It flips to p2.
        
        p2 is a page.
        "...and going..."
        It flips to p3.
        
        p3 is a page.
        "...and going!"
        
    Hybrid Choices will not bother printing choices for p1 or p2, because we've told I7 to print these pages but immediately skip past them. This comes with a risk. If Hybrid Choices detects that we've written an infinite loop, like this...
        p1 is a page.
        "You keep going..."
        It flips to p2.
        
        p2 is a page.
        "...and going..."
        It flips to p3.
        
        p3 is a page.
        "...and going..."
        It flips to p4.
        
        p4 is a page.
        "...and going..."
        It flips to P2.
        
    ...Then it will failsafe to the last page where choices were offered, in this case it would be the last page that turned to P1.