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Follow these rules when naming variables:

  • A variable name must be of the form $name or ${name}.
  • The string name can consist of letters (a-z and A-Z), numbers (0-9), and underscore characters (_).
  • The first character of name must be an alphabetic character (a-z or A-Z).
  • If the ${name} form is used, spaces can also appear in name. This allows you to use multiple word names without the underscore character.
Note: The variable e should not be assigned as a global variable in Maple code. It can be used, however, as a local variable.

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Console.WriteLine("Success");

that's it.

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How do I set up an out of office message in Outlook 2010?


You can create part-time or temporary 'Out of Office' automated replies in Microsoft Outlook. These can be set so that whenever you leave the office, an auto reply is sent.


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You can fully customize your auto reply in Microsoft Outlook 2010.


Launch Microsoft Outlook from the Start Menu.


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Hi there,

When do you get this message? Is it a home PC or office network?

Cause:

This problem occurs when the TEMP or the TMP environment variable has a space character in the folder name. For example, the following TEMP environment value may cause this problem: D:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\Temp

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