Friday, July 23, 2004 Vit Zyka wrote:

>> Actually there is no need to define anything, you can just use \rawgetparameters
>> instead of  \getparameters.

> Great, but unfortunately it does not work with empty parameter list [].
> No I have no time but I will look for better definition of 
> \rawgetparameters and \rawsetparameter.

A common workaround to this problem (which Hans should fix,
though) is to force the list to not be empty.

Say for example that parameter #1 of your macro accepts the
user list of key=values. you would then use


This way, even if #1 is empty it will work.

Giuseppe "Oblomov" Bilotta

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