A problem with a left-arrow character in the editor - When is it going to be fixed?

A problem with a left-arrow character in the editor - When is it going to be fixed?

I'd like to reitereate and a problem with a left-arrow character in the editor still Not Fixed. When is it going to be fixed?

Please take a look at a thread:

Forum topic: Incompatibility between Visual C++ and Intel C++ regarding the long double type
Wb-link: software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/333877

And this is how I was forced to use it:

>>...
>>cout [left-arrow-left-arrow] sizeof(long double) [left-arrow-left-arrow] endl;
>>...

Best regards,
Sergey

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This is a follow up and I simply would like to ask the same question:

When the problem with arrows is going to be fixed?

Thanks in advance.

Hi Sergey,

Is this the issue you are referring to?

"Turning off rich text and pasting in the code had some errors (would remove one of the < or > characters if two were present – e.g. << would turn into < for some reason)"

Regards, Hal G

Intel(R) Developer Zone Support

http://software.intel.com
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Hi Hal,

>>...Is this the issue you are referring to?
>>
>>"Turning off rich text and pasting in the code had some errors (would remove one of the < or > characters if two were
>>present – e.g. << would turn into < for some reason)"...

Yes. The problem affects source codes when #include directive is used:

here is example: #include
note: You won't see abcdef.h after #include on the previous line

or an instance of a template class created with some type:

here is example: SomeCLass< typeabc > sc;
note: You won't see typeabc after SomeCLass on the previous line

Please take a look at PostText.txt for more details ( this is a copy of my response ). Thanks in advance.

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>>...
>>or an instance of a template class created with some type:
>>
>>here is example: SomeCLass< typeabc > sc;
>>note: You won't see typeabc after SomeCLass on the previous line

Actually the 2nd case works ( when Rich-text was Disabled / it is a news for me ) but it needs to be verified with both editor's modes ( Rich-text Enabled / Disabled ).

Thanks Sergey.  I have forwarded to development team.

Regards, Hal G

Intel(R) Developer Zone Support

http://software.intel.com
*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

 

Hey thank you for the provide great information

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