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vijaykumar
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Hi ,

We are getting problem with special characters used in code behind (aspx.vb) files.

In our code we use special characters like chr(181),chr(22),chr(23) etc as delimeters in our programing logic.

Example :

Dim
str1 As String = "aaaa"

Dim str2 As String = "bbbb"

Dim str3 As String = str1 + Chr(181) + str2 + Chr(22)

In Sisulizer the characters Chr(181) is being displayed as "µ" and Chr(22) as "".

and After build my project to french or any other language the code has been modified like shown bellow

 

Dim str1 As String = "aaaa"

Dim str2 As String = "bbbb"

Dim str3 As String = str1 + "µ" + str2 + ""

Is there any setting avilable in sisulizer to display these special characters as it is without any changes to the character ?

Please advice me on this ASAP.

Thanks & Regards,

Vijaykumar

 

 

 

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Hi,

Can you please upload some sample file plus the matching .slp in one .zip file so we can look into it.

Please use the new "Private Upload" button right above this post. It helps us to keep track of uploads and forums posts.

Markus


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Please find attached files through Private Upload button.

Markus.Kreisel
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Hi,

This is a feature of Sisulizer. I asked R&D to make this feature optional while it may not be always wanted.

I move this thread to the wish list.

Markus

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vijaykumar wrote: Is there any setting avilable in sisulizer to display these special characters as it is without any changes to the character ?

I implemented this in build 289.

Jaakko

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Hi,

I have verified the Sisulizer website for latest version(build 289) but it is still showing build 287 only.

Could you please advice when can I get the new version(build 289) ?

Thanks & Regards,

Vijaykumar

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Hi,

We are fast but not that fast :-)

Jaakko implemented this new feature for you today and so it will be in a future build 289.

Please join our mailing list: http://www.sisulizer.com/support/mailinglist.shtml

You will get some email as soon as there is a new build uploaded. In the moment 287 the most current build available on our website. We hope to have a new build end of August.

Markus

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Is a possible 'quick' work around to change the code to use variables in the calls to Chr() rather than numeric literals.

e.g.

Dim i as Integer
i = 181
Dim str3 As String = str1 + Chr(i) + ...

Sisulizer may then not be able to change these codes.

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Alternatively use a method call to return the special values. (This would make the code more readable as well!).

e.g.

Function Delimiter() as String
Dim i as Integer
i = 181
Delimiter = Chr(i)
End Function

:
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Dim str3 as String = str1 + Delimeter() + ...

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mdunmill: Excellent ideas!

Or define global Constants once for the delimiters. Could be a good idea if it is used often and should be even faster than calling every time Chr().

Markus



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