[fpc-pascal] char in [range]

Jonas Maebe jonas.maebe at elis.ugent.be
Mon Dec 7 15:43:30 CET 2009

On 07 Dec 2009, at 15:19, Frank Peelo wrote:

> On 07/12/2009 13:40, ik wrote:
>> Now it works properly. However it seems like the not is for the  
>> "in" rather then the key if it inside the pertness.
> "pertness"? I would love to know what that was before babelfish got  
> it...

I put my money on an (auto-correcting) spell checker that changed a  
misspelled "parentheses" ("perentes" maybe) :)

> Key is a char, so what should
>  not Key
> mean?

Indeed, unary operators (such as "not") have a higher precedence than  
binary operators.


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