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The transform statement creates a transform that can be supplied as part of an at clause. The syntax of the transform statement is:
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The transform statement must be run at init time. If it is found outside an init block, then it is automatically placed inside an init block with a priority of 0. The transform may have a list of parameters, which must be supplied when it is called.
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`Name` must be a python identifier. The transform created by the ATL block is bound to this name.::
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Image Statement With ATL Block
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The second way to use ATL is as part of an image statement with ATL block. This binds an image name to the given transform. As there's no way to supply parameters to this transform, it's only useful if the transform defines an animation. The syntax for an image statement with ATL block is:
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Scene and Show Statements with ATL Block
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The final way to use ATL is as part of a scene or show statement. This wraps the image being shown inside an ATL transformation.
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ATL Syntax and Semantics
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An ATL block consists of one or more logical lines, all at the same indentation, and indented relative to the statement containing the block. Each logical line in an ATL block must contain one or more ATL statements.
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There are two kinds of ATL statements: simple and complex. Simple statements do not take an ATL block. A single logical line may contain one or more ATL statements, separated by commas. A complex statement contains a block, must be on its own line. The first line of a complex statement always ends with a colon (":").
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