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Community Member, 323 Posts

14 February 2010 at 5:02am

Hi Dragonwolf!

I don’t think if blocks accept a string containing @. At least I’m sure they don’t accept accented chars or spaces…

Hope it helps,

Shauna G

Community Member, 52 Posts

14 February 2010 at 6:09am

Good to know, thanks!

Seems odd that it wouldn't accept the @ symbol, as that's part of the standard ACSII/UTF-8 sequences (the accented characters, at least, are only part of the extended ACII). Perhaps part of the issue is that it doesn't make use of single or double quotes to determine the contents of a string, as most languages do?

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