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st: RE: 2 questions

From   "Nick Cox" <>
To   <>
Subject   st: RE: 2 questions
Date   Fri, 6 Jun 2008 17:11:08 +0100

Martin Weiss has pointed out that [_n] is unnecessary here. 

That is true but not an answer to your question. 

I can't reproduce the error message here. What you have looks legal to
me in any case. 

Nor is there an apparent precedence issue, as * takes precedence over
==, as you intend. 


Tunga Kantarci

The second of the following two commands return an error message.
But for some other _n it works fine.
What may be the problem? 

count if fillq439[_n] == 3850
count if fillq439[_n] == 7000*0.55

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