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 c as parameter
#1
Say I want to use c as a parameter to function f, like f( c ). If I do it without the spaces, you get f©, which is a little confusing. inline doesn't help, f(c).

def f(c):
    pass
I guess full code markup works, but that would have been excessive in the post I was writing. Is there any way to block this for a particular post? Disable smileys doesn't do it.
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#2
First time i have seen this behavior,i don't know a way other than using code tag not inline.
Have to look at regex for inline,but as this is the first time this behavior show up and only character c inside () maybe can let it pass.
Maybe a good time to explain that single character as function name and parameter is not best way Wink
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(Jun-26-2018, 08:07 AM)snippsat Wrote: Maybe a good time to explain that single character as function name and parameter is not best way Wink

It was a sort of abstract example of nested functions, so it didn't seem to be worth it. Cry
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#4
Try adding a space before the c. It is not PEP-8 compliant but eliminates the little c.
def f( c):
    #NOTE: Space added before the 'c' due to Bulletin Board limitations (space should not be there)
    pass
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#5
There is no problem inside python tag.
def f(c):    
    pass
For inline a extra space can be used ( c) no space (c).
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#6
Huh
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#7
Test should be okay now,for now in inline is named icode.
©.
@stranac made a plugin a long time ago for code tags,there is inline named icode and it do not have this behavior.
So i think edit the php file and rename should do it,so we have same inline name.
Outside code tags © i don't care about,then have to into source of Rin Editor had a bad run there a while back before i removed WYSIWYG mode Undecided
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#8
. Awesome. Thanks snippsat. Now I just have to remember it.
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#9
At one point we disabled copyright symbol. I would vote for that option again. I would think the coding issue would occur more than someone needing the copyright symbol.
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#10
If there is a option to turn copyright symbol off,then just turn it off.
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