That semi-colon should not be there.
@msc545 D—, you're right.I tried to re-trace the grammar-rules I used for this reasoning, but it seems I merged 2rules together while altering them. Also, using a comma instead of the semicolon works in normal, everyday life. It seems my study of Programming introduced (extreme!) sensitivity to the suddenly different use of the comma, when all commas beforehand were to link ideas in a listing, while the next was not subject to the list. It seems so wrong to me now, but I do remember using a comma for listings as subordinate-clauses, even years ago with out much complaint.Good eye!
Thanks. Did not mean to offend you, but you did such a good job on the rest I figured you had simply missed it - happens to us all!
@msc545 👍 No problem. (We all need a reality-check every so often.)Cheers!
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