>> ^!SaveValue DeleteMe:MeToo=a,b,c,d,e,f,g
>> ^!Set %List%=^$StrReplace(",";|;"^$GetValue(DeleteMe:MeToo)$";0;0)$
>> This one works for me because the delimiter is already a
>> vertical bar in my saved value list.
> I've been using something similar to your first workaround,
> storing arrays in INI files using the default delimiter.
> Using the V-bar as array delimiter still seems a bit foreign to
> me. So your second workaround never occurred to me. If you
> recal, I have a bot of a mental block when it comes to array
> delimiters <G>.
hehehe. If you don't think of the delimiters as the standard
type you are use to seeing like quotes, tabs, semi-colons, space,
and comma, but instead think of them as a wild card to separate
any kind of list with, then it may come a bit easier. Eric has a
Clip in SampleCode I think, might be Utilities, that you can
enter a number for the paragraph you want. He uses a double ^p:
... so each paragraph (separated by a blank line) is one item in
the list. ;) Having that kind of flexibility makes it really
nice at times, because if we were limited to a few there would be
times we would have to modify our delimiter in the document
because of conflict with whatever we were allowed to use.
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