Screwed that completely, didn't I? I had (wrongly) thought that list-
>string, would return any old data list values to the error console,
and more easily than how I am currently doing it. Fool that I am!
>Date: 20/03/2016 15:40
>Subj: Re: [Gimp-user] debugging script-fu with list->string
>Oops... I meant to send this to the list.
>On 16-03-20 07:17 AM, uga...@talktalk.net wrote:
>> How, do I pass in a list of characters? GIMP complains when I try to
>> in a list object. I have tried everything, I can think of.
>You provided a list but it was a list of numbers, not characters. To
>a list of characters you would use
> (gimp-message (list->string '(#\H #\e #\l #\l #\o #\!)))
>Characters are written as #\ followed by a the character you want, or
>and the name of a character (ie. space, or newline).
>For some additional information you can look in the R5RS under section
>on page 28.
>There is a minor error in the printing of characters that I need to
>shows them as "#\x" instead of just "#\". I also just had a thought
>this information should be put in to some document about Script-Fu
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