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- Subject: Re: bug in lua lexer
- From: John Passaniti <john@...>
- Date: Mon, 05 Dec 2005 13:30:38 -0500
Antero Vipunen wrote:
Lua lexer treats dot `.' as separator. But relies (by default) on
strtod() for converting, and thus if your ``local'' separator is `,',
you are unable to compile the following sample program:
local a = 1.5
This is a problem?
If Lua did start to respect local separators for numbers, what would
happen in this case:
Is that one argument or two?