[fpc-pascal] Bug or feature ?
pascaldragon at googlemail.com
Wed Jul 27 22:07:00 CEST 2022
Am 27.07.2022 um 15:14 schrieb Ched via fpc-pascal:
> Hello All,
> I have a long code which include lines for writing stuffs into an
> assigned writable text-file F.
> WRITELN(F: 'Hello');
> WRITELN(F, 'Hello');
> The code can be compiled with 3.2.2 in i386/windows and i386/linux and
> runs both times at perfection. But... i'm wondering if the first line
> is really legal... Any advice ?
Write(), WriteLn() and WriteStr() (and Str()) allow to adjust the way a
numerical value is written by using additional parameters delimited by
colons: VarToOutput:NumChars[:Decimals] (see
That it nevertheless compiles correctly and executes as "Writeln(F,
'Hello')" is due to a bug in the handling of the parameters. So, please
report a bug with a complete example that should fail.
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