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On Thu, Jul 5, 2012 at 3:06 AM, Simon Cropper <> wrote:

Yeah, I have thought of both these things. Have hacked a standard file
before, particularly in MS Word. Easily done assuming it is a text file and
not a binary file.

The problem is the binomial. I also thought of the concatenation string
but most of the single characters have been used for have special meanings
in various word processors. Hyphens for example are used in LO as hyphens
and so how would you know when removing the character at the end of your
report is complete, what is a concatenation character and what is a real

In other situations I have used =!= as a joining string but as stated it
is messy and hard to read.

An underscore works well.

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