[fpc-pascal] char in [range]
idokan at gmail.com
Mon Dec 7 20:41:21 CET 2009
On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 4:43 PM, Jonas Maebe <jonas.maebe at elis.ugent.be>wrote:
> 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) :)
My native language is non latin based, and you write what you hear (unlike
latin based languages). English is my 3rd language (more or less), so I do
not know always the meaning of the suggested word in the speller (regarding
the way it is written).
> Key is a char, so what should
>> not Key
> Indeed, unary operators (such as "not") have a higher precedence than
> binary operators.
Thanks, that explains it.
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