Am 24.05.2012 18:26, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Le 24/05/12 01:58, alex sato a écrit :
A friend downloaded and installed Mac version of LibreOffice (he has a
Mac). He told me that he can't use "^" simbol to calculate exponentiation
in ooBasic b ecause always get syntax error or something like that. At
work, using Windows version of LibreOffice everything works fine.
Any ideia about what is happening?
Some sample code would be nice, so that it could be checked out on other
machines than the original one where the problem occurred.
The problem description is clear. If I understand it correctly, the
following code will pop up a message with calculation result "9" whereas
the same code will raise a syntax error on a Mac.
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