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Parse Error Before Character 0221

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Login Register Unread posts Unreplied threads Threads of the last 24 hours Advanced Search Advanced Search QtForum.org Forum Portal Members Gallery Our Sponsor: Linux-Onlineshop.de QtForum.org » QtForum.org » Other Forums » Skip user information keemoot Beginner Posts: 20 Location: Aachen/Germany 1 Wednesday, July 21st 2004, 11:53am What is: parse error before character \0240 ? Go to the top of the page Skip user information rhg Intermediate Posts: 179 Location: Velbert, Germany Occupation: senior software developer 2 Wednesday, July 21st 2004, 12:03pm You've got an illegal

Hello to all, I´ve got this error message during compilation and not for the first time. Go to the top of the page Skip user information keemoot Beginner Posts: 20 Location: Aachen/Germany 3 Wednesday, July 21st 2004, 12:16pm Thank you very much ) Now a lot of Go to the top of the page Skip user information Christian Unregistered 4 Wednesday, July 21st 2004, 2:31pm You can also open the sourcefile in vi(m). Dear visitor, welcome to QtForum.org.

Then you will see how the mistake looks like Go to the top of the page Jump to: ----------------------- QtForum.org QtForum Tutorials, Tips and snippets Qt Qt Solution: Manually replace all visual spaces in the offending source code line with real spaces (that is character code hex 0x20 dec 32). It explains in detail how this page works. If this is your first visit here, please read the Help.

This character is undefined in ISO-8859-1, most implementations map it to a space. The character code is octal 0240 which is hexadecimal 0xA0 or decimal 160.