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Re: [NTS] Why won't this Perl script run in NTP?

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  • Larry Thomas
    ... I looked it up in my references. ASCIIcat shows it as: Dec Hex Oct Binary Chr NAME 26 1A 32 00011010 ® SUB - Substitute; End of file And it appears as
    Message 1 of 7 , Mar 23 9:51 AM
      At 04:33 PM 3/23/04 -0000, you wrote:
      >"Sheri" wrote:
      >> I believe you are describing the infamous Ansi 26 problem that
      >> arises when you use Perl 8 with Notetab.
      >
      >Ah, I had seen the fairly recent "ANSI 26 Character" thread in the
      >archives and didn't make the connection. ANSI (or more lowest
      >common denominator, ASCII) 26 is indeed CTRL+Z.
      >
      >> I guess it might depend on what font you're using, but to me
      >> they look like little box characters in Notetab.
      >
      >I see other people are seeing a little box too. That's curious.
      >I'm using Courier New, which shows it on my system as a little right-
      >pointing arrow. (I didn't know at the time what that was, so I
      >looked at the file in a hex editor.)

      >/Jelks

      I looked it up in my references. ASCIIcat shows it as:

      Dec Hex Oct Binary Chr NAME

      26 1A 32 00011010 ® SUB - Substitute; End of file

      And it appears as a right arrow in ASCIIcat. You can get it to display as
      a right arrow by selecting the original DOS TERMINAL font.

      Regards,

      Larry
      lrt@... e¿ê
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