On 5/15/05, Juerd <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > How does [EMAIL PROTECTED] know the difference between &postcircumfix:<!@ #> > and > &postcircumfix:<! @#>?
Perhaps it checks how many different variations are actually defined--if it finds only one, it can DWIM, and if it finds more than one it can barf with an error message complaining about an "ambiguous postcircumfix operator" or somesuch. In that case, you may have to write it out longhand. If we combine this with Damian's [EMAIL PROTECTED] instead of [EMAIL PROTECTED], this should cover most cases fairly cleanly. If your postcircumfix operators are that ambiguous, you should probably be writing things out longhand anyway. Stuart