3.3 Setting the Special Character
3.3 Setting the Special Character
The special character can be set using the sequence
=. For example, @=# would change
Tutorial
the special character to a hash (#) character. The special
character may be set to any printable ASCII character except
Developer
the blank character (i.e. any character in the ASCII range
[33,126]). In normal use, it should not be necessary to change
Reference
the special character of FunnelWeb, and it is probably best to
avoid changing the special character so as not to confuse
1 Introduction
FunnelWeb readers conditioned to the @ character. However,
2 Interface
the feature is very useful where the text being prepared contains
3 Scanner
many @ characters (e.g. a list of internet electronic mail
4 Parser
addresses).
5 Analyser
6 Tangle
7 Weave
8 Shell
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reserved.
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