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comment importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
@george2079 i know it is not a good idea to use '*' in filenames, but sometimes I have to and, in my opinion, such files should be imported correctly regardless of the star (at least, there should be a way of how to "escape" tricky characters)
Jun
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comment How to control the layering of graphics displayed with Show
@Öskå nope;) thanks for the help.
Jun
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accepted How to control the layering of graphics displayed with Show
Jun
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comment importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
BTW, the same thing happens with ANY file containing an asterisk in the filename, this is a version-related issue
Jun
18
comment importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
thanks guys! just wanted to understand what was going on. there must be a workaround though
Jun
18
comment importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
@Öskå added the file
Jun
18
revised importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
added 74 characters in body
Jun
18
comment importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
@mfvonh the file is OK. everything works once I remove the star
Jun
18
comment importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
@Öskå what is the trick here? seems like I did the same
Jun
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comment importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
yes, I did. didn't help
Jun
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revised importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
edited title
Jun
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comment importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
nope, this does not work
Jun
18
comment importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
Is possible to "escape" the star in a filename using a special character? \ or something?
Jun
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asked importing a file with asterisk in its name (Linux machines)
Jun
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comment Smooth 4D (3D + color) plot from discrete points
yes, it does. thanks!
Jun
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comment Smooth 4D (3D + color) plot from discrete points
@Szabolcs thanks a lot! it worked out well