|Jeroen Demeyer on Tue, 22 Nov 2005 10:44:11 +0100|
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|print1() behaviour changed|
Hello list, I noticed that the print1() function has changed. The following shell command: echo -e "print1(0);\nprint1(1);" |gp -f -q Prints "01" (no newline) in CHANGES-1.1295 Prints "0\n1" (with newline) in CHANGES-1.1384 (I didn't check in which version exactly this changed) But if there is no newline in the input: echo -e "print1(0);print1(1);" |gp -f -q Then I get "01" in both versions.So it seems that whenever there is a newline in the input, a newline is printed, even with print1(). I hope it's clear what I mean...
Has this been changed on purpose? I prefer the old way (no newline), because it's very useful in scripts. Otherwise I don't get the point of the print1() function.