we'd have to do something like this:
* Never touch commas that appear between '(' and ')', or
between '[' and ']', in case we're in a function call or a
* Otherwise substitute '.' for ',' if the comma is followed by
This to be confined to GUI dialog input (we'd never mess with
scripts or console input) and the case where the output
decimal separator is the comma. I'm not recommending this,
just seeing what people think.
The above sounds very nice to me. Please do remember
that many new
users prefer gretl for its GUI. Also, most of these people are
accustomed to using Excel and entering commands via GUI a-la-Excel
(and using commas in doing so depending on where they live).
Finally, I am considered geekier than most people (OK maybe not most
people in this list) but I do love GUIs.
“An expert is a person who has made all the mistakes that can be made
in a very narrow field.” - Niels Bohr (1885-1962)