[REBOL] Re: Newbie parsing problem (cont'd)
From: richard:coffre:francetelecom at: 3-Apr-2002 8:18
Thanks a lot.
One more question not related to Rebol but I'm french and I don't know the
origin of the word foo which is often used in IT books. Could you tell me
De : Joel Neely [mailto:[joel--neely--fedex--com]]
Envoy=E9 : mardi 2 avril 2002 20:31
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Objet : [REBOL] Re: Newbie parsing problem (cont'd)
COFFRE Richard FTO wrote:
> I'm sorry but I don't manage to use your example.
> I include it like below
> texte: read/lines file
> foreach line parse/all texte "^/"
There's the problem. In my simple example, the word SAMPLE
was set to a single string, and I used
parse/all sample "^/"
to break that single string into a block of "lines". In your
case, you've obtained the value of TEXTE via READ/LINES, so
it's already a block of lines.
> But I have the following error :
> Script: "get_request_name.r" (29-Mar-2002)
> Filename? noms_requetes.txt
> ** Script Error: Expected one of: string! - not: block!
> ** Near: foreach line parse/all texte "^/"
That error message is essentially complaining that
parse/all foo "^/"
needs for FOO to be a string, not a block. In your case
foreach line texte [