That did exactly what I wanted. Thank you! (I had tried \set
acct ... before, but it was your quoting that fixed my problem.)
Geoffrey S. Knauth | http://knauth.org/gsk
On Sep 15, 2005, at 18:43, Michael Fuhr wrote:
> What's your intention here? The above sets the variable tmp to the
> value of the variable acct concatenated with 'a value', but you
> don't show acct being set anywhere. Did you mean to set acct?
> If so then try this:
> \set acct '\'a value\''
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