[NTG-context] Trouble with # character in TABLE environment...

Jaroslav Hajtmar hajtmar at gyza.cz
Wed Aug 25 09:27:16 CEST 2010


Hello, all

Why is a problem with character # inside TABLE??
\type{#XXX} is without problem but inside TABLE is a problem with 
compilation

It works:
\bTABLE
\bTR
\bTD \type{\#patt}\eTD
\eTR
\eTABLE


Isnt works:
\bTABLE
\bTR
\bTD \type{#patt}\eTD
\eTR
\eTABLE

Is there solving the problem??
Jaroslav



Dne 24.8.2010 16:15, Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
>  Am 24.08.10 15:53, schrieb Jaroslav Hajtmar:
>> Hello all...
>>
>> I am converting any manual from HTML to ConTeXt.
>> There are a lot of programm code. and in the code is very often % 
>> character.
>> Ther is no problem in \startyping - \stoptyping environment, but I 
>> need using this in text ... for example
>>
>> The sequence \type{%0} stands for the whole match. The sequence 
>> \type{%%} stands for a single~\type{%}.
>> or
>> For instance, the call \type{string.format('%q', 'a string with 
>> "quotes" and \n new line')} will produce the string:
>> ...
>> etc..
>>
>> 1.
>>
>> It is clear that this can not work, but is there any satisfactory 
>> solution??
>> Something like \startypingintext  ...  \stoptypingintext  i.e. intext 
>> typing environment..
>
> What prevents you from testting this yourself, \type{%} produce a '%' 
> in the text.
>
>> 2.
>> in html code is often emphasis found inside the program code
>> for example:
>> <code>\<em>ddd</em></code>,
>>
>> Maybe it's a dumb question, but may be inside emphasis inside 
>> verbatim (\startyping - \stoptyping) environment??
>
> Yes, it's possible to use style commands in verbatim mode but the 
> mechanism in MkII and MkIV
> are different and it's important to know which system you use.
>
> Wolfgang
>
>



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