I came across an important experience...
Time ago, I wanted to create my own code for a mission I created just for fun. Since I left back to the future's development, now I create random mods of the game in private. After some time, I lost some practice with SAIL, but remembered some processes, so as I was saying at the first of this text, I worked on a code I made, where I had a For syntax. (For x=1 to 6) but the problem was that in some part I had (For z in MyList), I got confused. I also didn't place Begin and end inside the for, IMAGINE! So finally I ended up with something which worked at 1/6 of what I wanted, yes, in that case there was a group of soldiers I wanted to spawn at a certain point.
Well, today I payed attention, and this is my tip:
Stick to your knowledge, don't try to be an hero on sail, if you go slow, but steady and safe, you will be most likely to reach the goal. You see, I published many functions in OWS' functions/code section, but by the time I passed without sailing, I lost some of my knowledge, so when I tried to reproduce the work with Lists, I messed it up.
So Keep it Simple, stupid! (The 'KISS' saying).
And for those curious peep, here's the part of the code I'm talking about:
EXPORT function AlliedReinforcements;
for v=1 to Reinforcements1 do
Export function PrepareReinforcements1;
Reinforcements1 = ;
for z=1 to 6 do
Reinforcements1=Reinforcements1 union sol;