Re: [Clip] Wizard Tags a 'semi-colon' onto the end of a variable. Why?
--- In email@example.com, loro <loro-spam01-@...> wrote:
See, I told you if was a brain fart. I can't believe that I did that.
It was too late at night I guess. That is the excuse I will be using!
I guess I was sure that I needed the semi-colon to end the statement.
Learn a little more every day!
> There (pointing upwards and to the right). You have it at the end of
> line, the last character. The semicolon is a delimiter, not an end of
> statement mark. As you've used it after that last value it's just