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Re: underscore bug?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com says...
> I know this sounds weird, but I am wondering is there
> a known bug---or feature---regarding the underscore
> character (_) in IDL 5.3 (linux)?
> I was making some SURFACES and all of a sudden the fonts
> were all $%^&ed up and I could not fix it for about an hour
> of messing around. I backtracked to an old version that
> worked and found that it lacked the underscore character in
> things like dataset and output filenames. I was desperate, so
> I tried renaming all the things I had with the underscore
> and the problem went away.
> It was such a time sink, I don't even feel like pinpointing it.
> BUT... is this a known "issue"?
> - Andrew
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I don't know if this is a related problem but I also had some very weird
behavior for a widget program when I used underscore as the name in the
title bar of the widget. (ie: XMANAGER, "my_widget_prog",.....).
Replacing the "_" by a "-" fixed the problem.
However, it seems that I also abuse of neurotoxic substances since the
CW_animate in the /lib uses: XMANAGER, "CW_ANIMATE Demo",... and works
perfectly fine. (???)
Please let me know if you can get a reasonable explanation for this.
Laboratory for Memory and Learning, Brain Science Institute, RIKEN