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sr #102287: _ in variable names

Submitter:  Invalid User ID <#21088>
Submitted:  Sun 20 Jul 2003 01:39:15 PM UTC
Category:  None Priority:  5 - Normal
Severity:  2 - Minor Status:  None
Privacy:  Public Assigned to:  dyfet
Open/Closed:  Open Operating System:  None
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Sun 24 Aug 2003 09:52:31 PM UTC, comment #1: 

In the latest version of ccscript, you can possibly use \_ within quotes,
but this only works within quoted string statements in ccscript proper.
.define uses the raw token parser, and that does likely still split.
However, you can try \_ to see if it works there as well...

David Sugar <dyfet>
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Sun 20 Jul 2003 01:39:15 PM UTC, original submission:  

Here at Professional Reviews Inc. we use Python and
several other
programming tools.  We have decided to use underscores
in our directory
names and other places to be able to map these things
onto Python
function names (or C function names for that matter).

I tried the following:

  .define savedir

but that did not work.  Bayonne cut it off and left me


I've tried to look at the ScriptImage::getToken to
figure out why this
is the case but I'm not sure I've found anything useful

It does not sound right to me that Bayonne should
tokenize my strings.

Invalid User ID <#21088>


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