Win 10 32, found while debigging Tried to use chr$(31) as delimiter in a string Found that chr$(9), 28 29 30 31 does not show in debug (and on a mainwin too, but they called unprintable anyway) But for debugging some square (as for "missing glif") would be nice. Besides, other characters show *something* in debug, these are - not.
EDIT on Win XP-32 all chacters are visible as rectangles EDIT2 on Win 8.1-64 same symbol numbers are not shown (though I see some pseudographics for ones what show instead of missing glif rectangle)
on Win 10-32
on Win XP-32
a$="A" for i = 1 to 31 if i<>10 and i<> 13 then a$=a$+chr$(i) print i, ">";a$;"<" end if next
Well control character 31 is Unit Separator. Meant to be invisible but to do its job. Getting Liberty to "show" something for every character value surely cuts across protocol. What should it do for backspace?
We need to know they are in a string, len() we need to be able to know what they are asc(), but it entirely depends on the display object what we see. For text display we should see "" zilch. But ide/debug should be consistent.