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20929Re: [Clip] escaping a character in an array

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  • Lee Underwood
    Aug 11, 2010
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      I didn't realize you could do that. Thanks. I'll give it a try!

      Just wondering ... besides the help file, has anyone put out any additional instructions for creatings NoteTab clips?

      Lee


      > Lee Underwood wrote:
      > > I have the following clip and am trying to add the following item
      > to the array, as one complete data item:
      > >
      > > official website; BBC profile
      > >
      > > The obvious problem is that it uses the semi-colon (";"), which is
      > also used to separate the data items. I have tried using the
      > backslash, e.g.,
      > >
      > > official website\; BBC profile
      > >
      > > but that didn't work. Any one have any ideas?
      > >
      > > Lee
      > >
      > > --- BEGIN CLIP ---
      > > :Sources
      > > ^!SetArray %Word%=advocacy website;AFP report;Al Jazeera report;AP
      > report;BBC backgrounder;BBC profile;official website; BBC profile;BBC
      > profiles;BBC report;CFR backgrounder;CFR backgrounders;GlobalSecurity
      > backgrounder;Guardian backgrounder;Haaretz report;JURIST news
      > archive;JURIST report;JURIST reports;materials;memorandum,
      > PDF;official profile;opinion, PDF;press release;Reuters
      > report;text;text, PDF;transcript
      > > --- END CLIP ---
      >
      > Lee,
      >
      > Change the delimiter to to a Vertical bar or carriage return,
      > anything that doesn't appear in the individual array elements.
      >
      > ^!SetListDelimiter |
      > ^!SetArray %Word%=advocacy website|AFP report|Al Jazeera report|AP
      > report|BBC backgrounder|BBC profile|official website; BBC profile|BBC
      > profiles|BBC report|CFR backgrounder|CFR backgrounders|GlobalSecurity
      > backgrounder|Guardian backgrounder|Haaretz report|JURIST news
      > archive|JURIST report|JURIST reports|materials|memorandum,
      > PDF|official profile|opinion, PDF|press release|Reuters
      > report|text|text, PDF|transcript
      >
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