[REBOL] Re: [TYPE] weird return value
From: tim:johnsons-web at: 21-Apr-2004 13:01
* Maxim Olivier-Adlhoch <[maximo--meteorstudios--com]> [040421 12:38]:
> After writing my last mail and reading other posts... I realized that
> /a/b/c/d is an illusion.
> when it gets loaded, it ALWAYS becomes:
> /a /b /c /d even if reduce is not called on it.
> >> probe [/a/b/c]
> >> [/a /b /c]
> probe [[[/a/b/c]]]
> [[[/a /b /c]]]
That's some interesting observations of how paths are handled.
> Like Hallvard just noted, chained refinements are all really separate words.
And by the way, :-) I do know to precede a path with a '%',
but I did think it was some interesting behavior.
> not so obvious!
> "You can either be part of the problem or part of the solution, but in the end, being
part of the problem is much more fun."
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