[NTG-context] Escaping in LuaTeX

Fulvio Satta Yota_VGA at tiscali.it
Sun Jan 2 13:27:31 CET 2011


Il domenica 02 gennaio 2011 02:04:46 Fulvio Satta ha scritto:
> I have a problem with Lua and the "#" operator.
> If I execute the following code I receive an error.
> 
> \def\luacode%
> {\startluacode
>     local t = {1, 2, 3}
>     tex.print(#t)
> \stopluacode}
> 
> \starttext
>     \luacode
> \stoptext
> 
> ConTeXt give me the message:
> 
> ! Illegal parameter number in definition of \luacode.
> <to be read again>
>                    t
> l.4     tex.print(#t
>                     )
> 
> And if I execute the "H" command I get:
> 
> You meant to type ## instead of #, right?
> Or maybe a } was forgotten somewhere earlier, and things
> are all screwed up? I''m going to assume that you meant ##.
> 
> I've tryed with ##t, whit \#t, with \string#t, with \ctxlua instread of
> \startluacode and \stopluacode, and I've obtained some other errors, but
> ConTeXt always give me an error.
> 
> Maybe should I escape in another manner the "#" operator?

In the previous mail I foget to say my ConTeXt version. I use ConTeXt minimals 
2010.12.31 08:59.
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