garry saddington wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-05-19 at 06:06 +0200, Andreas Jung wrote:
>> --On 18. Mai 2006 23:21:50 +0100 garry saddington 
>> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> hrows a string index out of range at the
>>> sentence[0] constructs.
>>>
>>> the popen command on windows is:
>>> ispell=os.popen("echo" +word+ "\scholarpack\ancillary\ispell\bin\ispell
>>> -a")
>>>
>>> Anyone know what the difference is on the two platforms?
>>
>> Is this a serious question? Window and Unix use completely different
>> path names (\ vs /).
>>
> I know this as you can see. It is the returned value from readline that
> seems to be different.
> regards
> Garry

dos/windows uses \r\n
unix uses \n
for line breaks. Should not matter
too much anyway since white space
isnt part of your data.

Regards
Tino
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