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This is METAFONT, Version 2.71828 (Web2C 7.5.4) (base=mf 2015.3.24) 25 OCT 2017 09:34
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l.8 <label onclick=
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l.8 <label onclick='javascript:
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but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
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l.8 ...componants_by_reference("{{ order }}");'>RÃ
©férence</label>
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l.8 ...omponants_by_reference("{{ order }}");'>Ré
férence</label>
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l.8 ...ponants_by_reference("{{ order }}");'>RéfÃ
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label>
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l.8 ...erence("{{ order }}");'>Référence</label>
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l.8 ...erence("{{ order }}");'>Référence</label>
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label onclick='javascript:update_componants_by_designatio...
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l.9 <label onclick=
'javascript:update_componants_by_designatio...
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combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
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l.9 <label onclick='javascript:
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but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
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now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
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l.9 ...er }}");' class='border_left' style='width:
440px;'>Désignation</label>
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everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
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signation</label>
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l.9 ...r_left' style='width: 440px;'>Désignation<
/label>
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l.9 ..._left' style='width: 440px;'>Désignation</
label>
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see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
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l.9 ... style='width: 440px;'>Désignation</label>
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l.9 ... style='width: 440px;'>Désignation</label>
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label onclick='javascript:update_componants_by_quantity(...
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label onclick='javascript:update_componants_by_quantity(...
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l.10 <label onclick=
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l.10 <label onclick='javascript:
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l.10 <label onclick='javascript:
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now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
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l.10 ...r }}");' class='border_left' style='width:
100px;'>Quantité</label>
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l.10 ...r }}");' class='border_left' style='width:
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l.10 ...r }}");' class='border_left' style='width:
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so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
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l.10 ...order_left' style='width: 100px;'>QuantitÃ
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l.10 ...rder_left' style='width: 100px;'>Quantité
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l.10 ...der_left' style='width: 100px;'>Quantité<
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l.10 ...er_left' style='width: 100px;'>Quantité</
label>
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l.10 ...t' style='width: 100px;'>Quantité</label>
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argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
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l.10 ...t' style='width: 100px;'>Quantité</label>
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argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
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label onclick='javascript:update_componants_by_place("{{...
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label onclick='javascript:update_componants_by_place("{{...
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l.11 <label onclick=
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argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
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l.11 <label onclick='javascript:
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l.11 <label onclick='javascript:
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so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
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l.11 ...s='border_right border_left' style='width:
160px;'>Emplacement</label>
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l.11 ...s='border_right border_left' style='width:
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so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
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l.11 ...r_left' style='width: 160px;'>Emplacement<
/label>
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negative, or zero. So this comparison test won't be `true'.
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l.11 ..._left' style='width: 160px;'>Emplacement</
label>
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so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
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see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
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>
l.11 ... style='width: 160px;'>Emplacement</label>
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combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
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>
l.11 ... style='width: 160px;'>Emplacement</label>
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combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
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l.12 <
label style='width: 106px; cursor: default;'>Action</label>
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l.12 <label style=
'width: 106px; cursor: default;'>Action</label>
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l.12 <label style='width:
106px; cursor: default;'>Action</label>
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so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
>> cursor
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:
l.12 ... <label style='width: 106px; cursor:
default;'>Action</label>
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expression that is shown above this error message,
so I guess I'll just ignore it and carry on.
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l.12 ... <label style='width: 106px; cursor:
default;'>Action</label>
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so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
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l.12 ...e='width: 106px; cursor: default;'>Action<
/label>
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negative, or zero. So this comparison test won't be `true'.
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l.12 ...='width: 106px; cursor: default;'>Action</
label>
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so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
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l.12 ...h: 106px; cursor: default;'>Action</label>
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combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
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l.12 ...h: 106px; cursor: default;'>Action</label>
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argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
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l.13 <
/div>
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so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
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l.13 <
/div>
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l.13 </
div>
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floor((EXPR0)/(EXPR1))'.
<inserted text>
0
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l.13 </div
>
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so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
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<to be read again>
div
l.13 </div
>
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message by zero. I'm going to divide it by one instead.
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0
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l.13 </div>
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<to be read again>
)
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>
l.13 </div>
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message by zero. I'm going to divide it by one instead.
>> false
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>
l.13 </div>
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combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
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l.14 {
% set row_class = cycler('odd', 'even') %}
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delete this zero and insert something else;
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! Isolated expression.
<to be read again>
{
l.14 {
% set row_class = cycler('odd', 'even') %}
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expression that is shown above this error message,
so I guess I'll just ignore it and carry on.
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l.14 {
% set row_class = cycler('odd', 'even') %}
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so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
>> -{{componant.reference}}+'
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<
l.17 ...'width: 192px;'>{{ componant.reference }}<
/text>
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negative, or zero. So this comparison test won't be `true'.
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0
<to be read again>
/
l.17 ...width: 192px;'>{{ componant.reference }}</
text>
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so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
! A primary expression can't begin with `text'.
<inserted text>
0
<to be read again>
text
l.17 ...h: 192px;'>{{ componant.reference }}</text
>
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so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
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see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
>> 0
! Division by zero.
<to be read again>
text
l.17 ...h: 192px;'>{{ componant.reference }}</text
>
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message by zero. I'm going to divide it by one instead.
>> false
>> 0
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text
l.17 ...h: 192px;'>{{ componant.reference }}</text
>
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combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
>> 0
! Isolated expression.
<to be read again>
text
l.17 ...h: 192px;'>{{ componant.reference }}</text
>
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expression that is shown above this error message,
so I guess I'll just ignore it and carry on.
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text
l.17 ...h: 192px;'>{{ componant.reference }}</text
>
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so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
>> -{{componant.designation}}+'
! Unknown relation will be considered false.
<to be read again>
<
l.18 ...idth: 432px;'>{{ componant.designation }}<
/text>
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negative, or zero. So this comparison test won't be `true'.
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<inserted text>
0
<to be read again>
/
l.18 ...dth: 432px;'>{{ componant.designation }}</
text>
I'm afraid I need some sort of value in order to continue,
so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
! A primary expression can't begin with `text'.
<inserted text>
0
<to be read again>
text
l.18 ... 432px;'>{{ componant.designation }}</text
>
I'm afraid I need some sort of value in order to continue,
so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
>> 0
! Division by zero.
<to be read again>
text
l.18 ... 432px;'>{{ componant.designation }}</text
>
You're trying to divide the quantity shown above the error
message by zero. I'm going to divide it by one instead.
>> false
>> 0
! Not implemented: (boolean)<(known numeric).
<to be read again>
text
l.18 ... 432px;'>{{ componant.designation }}</text
>
I'm afraid I don't know how to apply that operation to that
combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
>> 0
! Isolated expression.
<to be read again>
text
l.18 ... 432px;'>{{ componant.designation }}</text
>
I couldn't find an `=' or `:=' after the
expression that is shown above this error message,
so I guess I'll just ignore it and carry on.
! Extra tokens will be flushed.
<to be read again>
text
l.18 ... 432px;'>{{ componant.designation }}</text
>
I've just read as much of that statement as I could fathom,
so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
>> -{{componant.quantity}}+'
! Unknown relation will be considered false.
<to be read again>
<
l.19 ...e='width: 92px;'>{{ componant.quantity }}<
/text>
Oh dear. I can't decide if the expression above is positive,
negative, or zero. So this comparison test won't be `true'.
! A tertiary expression can't begin with `/'.
<inserted text>
0
<to be read again>
/
l.19 ...='width: 92px;'>{{ componant.quantity }}</
text>
I'm afraid I need some sort of value in order to continue,
so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
! A primary expression can't begin with `text'.
<inserted text>
0
<to be read again>
text
l.19 ...dth: 92px;'>{{ componant.quantity }}</text
>
I'm afraid I need some sort of value in order to continue,
so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
>> 0
! Division by zero.
<to be read again>
text
l.19 ...dth: 92px;'>{{ componant.quantity }}</text
>
You're trying to divide the quantity shown above the error
message by zero. I'm going to divide it by one instead.
>> false
>> 0
! Not implemented: (boolean)<(known numeric).
<to be read again>
text
l.19 ...dth: 92px;'>{{ componant.quantity }}</text
>
I'm afraid I don't know how to apply that operation to that
combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
>> 0
! Isolated expression.
<to be read again>
text
l.19 ...dth: 92px;'>{{ componant.quantity }}</text
>
I couldn't find an `=' or `:=' after the
expression that is shown above this error message,
so I guess I'll just ignore it and carry on.
! Extra tokens will be flushed.
<to be read again>
text
l.19 ...dth: 92px;'>{{ componant.quantity }}</text
>
I've just read as much of that statement as I could fathom,
so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
>> -{{componant.place}}+'
! Unknown relation will be considered false.
<to be read again>
<
l.20 ...yle='width: 152px;'>{{ componant.place }}<
/text>
Oh dear. I can't decide if the expression above is positive,
negative, or zero. So this comparison test won't be `true'.
! A tertiary expression can't begin with `/'.
<inserted text>
0
<to be read again>
/
l.20 ...le='width: 152px;'>{{ componant.place }}</
text>
I'm afraid I need some sort of value in order to continue,
so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
! A primary expression can't begin with `text'.
<inserted text>
0
<to be read again>
text
l.20 ...width: 152px;'>{{ componant.place }}</text
>
I'm afraid I need some sort of value in order to continue,
so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
>> 0
! Division by zero.
<to be read again>
text
l.20 ...width: 152px;'>{{ componant.place }}</text
>
You're trying to divide the quantity shown above the error
message by zero. I'm going to divide it by one instead.
>> false
>> 0
! Not implemented: (boolean)<(known numeric).
<to be read again>
text
l.20 ...width: 152px;'>{{ componant.place }}</text
>
I'm afraid I don't know how to apply that operation to that
combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
>> 0
! Isolated expression.
<to be read again>
text
l.20 ...width: 152px;'>{{ componant.place }}</text
>
I couldn't find an `=' or `:=' after the
expression that is shown above this error message,
so I guess I'll just ignore it and carry on.
! Extra tokens will be flushed.
<to be read again>
text
l.20 ...width: 152px;'>{{ componant.place }}</text
>
I've just read as much of that statement as I could fathom,
so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
! A tertiary expression can't begin with `<'.
<inserted text>
0
<to be read again>
<
l.22 <
text class='edit' title='Éditer' onclick='javascript:...
I'm afraid I need some sort of value in order to continue,
so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
>> '
! Unknown relation will be considered false.
<to be read again>
<
l.22 <
text class='edit' title='Éditer' onclick='javascript:...
Oh dear. I can't decide if the expression above is positive,
negative, or zero. So this comparison test won't be `true'.
! A tertiary expression can't begin with `text'.
<inserted text>
0
<to be read again>
text
l.22 <text
class='edit' title='Éditer' onclick='javascript:...
I'm afraid I need some sort of value in order to continue,
so I've tentatively inserted `0'. You may want to
delete this zero and insert something else;
see Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.
>> false
>> 0
! Not implemented: (boolean)<(known numeric).
<to be read again>
text
l.22 <text
class='edit' title='Éditer' onclick='javascript:...
I'm afraid I don't know how to apply that operation to that
combination of types. Continue, and I'll return the second
argument (see above) as the result of the operation.
>> 0
! Isolated expression.
<to be read again>
text
l.22 <text
class='edit' title='Éditer' onclick='javascript:...
I couldn't find an `=' or `:=' after the
expression that is shown above this error message,
so I guess I'll just ignore it and carry on.
! Extra tokens will be flushed.
<to be read again>
text
l.22 <text
class='edit' title='Éditer' onclick='javascript:...
I've just read as much of that statement as I could fathom,
so a semicolon should have been next. It's very puzzling...
but I'll try to get myself back together, by ignoring
everything up to the next `;'. Please insert a semicolon
now in front of anything that you don't want me to delete.
(See Chapter 27 of The METAFONTbook for an example.)
! Text line contains an invalid character.
l.22 <text class='edit' title='Ã