Odd number of underscores

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Odd number of underscores

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This message can occur, when converting conditional tokens, if one of the 2 texts (TrueText or FalseText) to be used contains tokens with an odd number of underscores. An example would be :

 

 [4?d<7|_Mmmm|]

 

Since Q++ replaces underscores by braces, the TrueText above is converted to [Mmmm (without a closing brace) which causes the present message to be generated.


Topic 173250 updated on 12-Aug-2002.
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