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|0002087||Core Inform||Tables||public||2019-01-13 10:19||2019-01-13 10:19|
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|Summary||0002087: Objects in tables can't start with a number|
|Description||While using Emily Short's Transit System extension, I realized that destinations defined in tables can't start with a number. Room names legitimately can start with a number, for example, 24th Street, but they don't work in a table. This seems to hold true for other uses of tables (it isn't something associated with the extension). |
|Minimal Source Text To Reproduce|
Sixteenth Street is a room.
24th Street is a room.
Table of bus stops
transit time destination
1 minute Sixteenth Street
1 minute 24th Street
|Additional Information||Here's the error message: |
Problem. In 'Table of bus stops' , I'm reading the text '24th Street' in column 2 (destination) of row 2, but I don't know what this means.
This should usually be a value, like a number or a piece of text, or a blank entry marker '--', but in some circumstances it can also be an action (such as 'taking the box'), or a kind (such as 'a number') to show what sort of values will go into an otherwise blank row.
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|Effect||(critical) Compiler crashes|