Posted by Jeff Cinelli on July 19, 2019 at 12:50:29:
In Reply to: seemed to have tricked IB with "@1F@" vs. "_" posted by Bob A on July 17, 2019 at 23:42:04:
I think the reason you had a problem as the underscore. Here's what you had for code:
SET VIS.OPT.UNDERSCORE$ = "_"
SET VIS.OPT.US$ = "@1F@"
Here's what the compiler was seeing:
SET VIS.OPT.UNDERSCORE$ = "SET VIS.OPT.US$ = "@1F@"
Throw in a !, and it saw this:
SET VIS.OPT.UNDERSCORE$ = "! SET VIS.OPT.US$ = "@1F@"
No matter how you look at it, once the compiler saw the closing quotes, it didn't know what to do with the @1F@ after that.
If you just changed that underscore to anything else, the next line should have worked. But like Grant said, use the @5F@ (Chr 95). @1F@ (chr 31) seems to be a graphics character.
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