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Re: error with "end"

From: Mike Miller
Subject: Re: error with "end"
Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 01:03:40 -0500 (CDT)

On Wed, 15 Sep 1999, Daniel Heiserer wrote:

> -------------------------
> Write a perl script, which parses all your scripts
> changing end to END (for later compatibility reasons)
>                                ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> and insert a line before each "end" usage defining
> the "END":
> -------------------------
> Assume the "end" would be available in 2.0.15 .
> Then you would have to change all your files again, because
> octave wouldn't/shouldn't allow to set "end=length(s)" then.
> So in order to avoid double work in porting m-files I 
> use it the way that I define and "END" and use this END.
> So I have no problem when an "end" build-in function
> is available in octave.

Neat idea.  Thanks for explaining that.


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