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From: Rony <rony.flatsc...@wu-wien.ac.at>
Subject: Re: '9C'x in a variable
Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 19:01:12 +0200
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On 05.04.2012 14:24, Swifty wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Apr 2012 12:14:37 +0000 (UTC), "Dave Saville"
> <d...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
>> Say x2c('9C343239302E3632')
> Bug 3515158
Just saw that David Ashley flagged the report as "invalid" for Linux and unfortunately has closed
the issue in a way that no further comments can be given (which is a default of Sourceforge it seems).
So just for your information: I ran the program
say "a:" a
say "a~x2c:" a~x2c
and get as output:
where "?" is actually a diamond standing on one edge in which the question mark is displayed.
This is running ooRexx 4.1.0 on 64-Bit Ubuntu.
In order to see whether the latest 4.1.1 beta exhibits your reported problem, I installed rev. 7594
(beta 2) and re-ran the program and the same character (i.e. "C9"x as defined for Linux) as above
does get shown.
So, this character is shown on Linux as well in both, the 4.1.0 GA and the latest available 4.1.1 beta.