Re: TECH: Is %% a token anywhere?
- On 2010-06-30 18:49, Patrick Michael Niedzielski wrote:
> Benct,It will all be revealed in due time!
>> Actually I should have known myself that Perl's sprintf and
>> printf use %% for a literal %! That does still seem rather,
>> marginal though. Nobody will be upset, surely, if I use %%
>> for something...
> Of course not. If it's really necessary, we can get by typing ``%%%%''
> to make it work.
> What is it by the way? Is this going to be a character in your conlang?
Thanks everybody who responded!