Macro marker not preceded by LanguageTag or DayValue

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Macro marker not preceded by LanguageTag or DayValue

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Q++ encountered a token which seems to be a macro token, not preceded by either a LanguageTag or a DayValue.

 

For example, in the token below :

 

 [*2d]

 

the first character of the token is a *, but should either be a number (DayValue) or a letter (LanguageTag) followed by a number, that is to say [1*2d] or [a1*2d].

 

This error often occurs when a user tries to add a macro to the tokens before/after each holiday in Multiple Holidays Options, as the user is unsure what to use as DayValue. In such cases, the DayValue 1 should be used, that is to say, the incorrect token [*2d] should instead be [1*2d].


Topic 180145 updated on 29-Apr-2014.
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