Am 16.01.2021 um 13:21 schrieb Artur Tarassow:
Am 16.01.21 um 01:41 schrieb Allin Cottrell:
> Meybe, but it's operating per documentation: requiring a
> strings equal to the number of columns and returning non-zero on error.
as it returns an error value, I don't think an error should be
(which would lead to a full stop I guess - if not catched). The user is
responsible for testing the returned value in this case.
Right, I overlooked the fact that an error code is provided by the
What about the other issue with the right number of --but partly empty--
strings? Checking errmsg(err) shows an 'invalid argument' error. My
workaround is now to insert a one-blank string " " instead of an empty
string "" in those places. I think, however, that it's a valid aim to
only label a subset of the rows or columns, isn't it?