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Den 11.12.2015 21:38, skreiv:
Kolbjørn Stuestøl wrote:
Den 10.12.2015 23:27, skreiv:
Kolbjørn Stuestøl wrote:
Continuing experimenting with LibreLogo.

Help for LibreLogo says that:

PRINT RANGE 3 10 3 ; print [3, 6, 9] (i.e. outputs 3, 6, 9.)

When I try it I get the output: "range (3 10 3)".
(Also "LABEL RANGE 3 10 3" and "TEXT RANGE 3 10 3" outputs "range (3 10


Am I misunderstanding the Help for RANGE or is the Help incorrect?

Perhaps the help is out of date, or perhaps it depends which version
of Python you have. I don't know whether LibreLogo includes a Python
interpreter or uses one you install separately.
Whatever the reason, I think the help should be rewritten. As a
translator I am able to rewrite the help in Norwegian but have no access
to change the original text.

If LibreLogo use Python, it is included in the full installation. I have
not installed it separately.

I agree the help does seem to be out of date. I'd suggest filing a bug report against the "Documentation" component of LibreOffice at <> (after checking that it's not already reported).

Not found any reports on this error.
I will file a bug report with some suggestions, but have to wait until another day. Sometimes I have other things to do :-)

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