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rgloden

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Spell Check Strangeness ...
« on: March 26, 2015, 08:08:30 am »
In SE 19.0.0.14 64-bit Win 7

I'm seeing the following strangeness doing Spellchecking of Strings and Comments in Perl:

Spell checking for the following line SE generates a dialogue about "data" being a "Repeated Word" without a chance to "Ignore All" so you have to hit "Ignore" button several times for this one line.
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# iff (data1010  ||  data1014  ||  data1018  ||  data101C  || data1020  || data1024  ||  data1028)
Spell checking the following line SE complains about the second "n" in the string?  And no option to "Ignore All" which would have been helpful since the file had a lot of these.
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print "\n\n\n"
Spell checking the following line SE complains about "AC".  Probably not fixable but curious.
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#  data10AC
Spell checking the following line SE complains about "FFFF".  Might be nice if SE would recognize the hex nomenclature.
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#   0xFFFF
« Last Edit: March 26, 2015, 08:24:44 am by rgloden »