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Topic: Is there ever a case where two consecutive commas in not an error?
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W. Craig Carter

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Is there ever a case where two consecutive commas in not an error?
Posted: Mar 30, 2013 4:06 AM
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Hello,
I am wondering if there is ever a case where ",," is not an error.
For example, I make syntax errors like this:

Plot[x,{x,0,1},ImageSize->Large,BaseStyle->Large,PlotRange->{All,{0,2}},,PlotLabel->"label",Epilog->Line[{{0,0},{1,.5}}]]

very often, and searching for them would be easier with highlighting.

If ",," is never not an error, shouldn't it be a candidate for error syntax highlighting?
(or, If ",," is always an error, it should be a candidate for error syntax highlighting)

Craig Carter









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