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I’m currently using QF-Test version 3.2.2. Earlier I have used version 2.2.4 and in that version I didn’t have this kind of problem.
My SUT uses number values, which has thousand separators. In my test I need to fetch those values and make some checking or modification by Jython
Used non-breaking space is “\u00a0”. If I’m trying to put value that contains that space to some variable in script (e.g. f= $(fff)) I will get
the following error:
SyntaxError: Lexical error at line 1, column 5. Encountered: "\u00a0" (160), after : ""
If I’m trying to put some value that contains the space inside script (e.g. tmp2= u"\u00a0" + tmp1), I will get the following error:
UnicodeError: ascii encoding error: ordinal not in range(128)
As I said these my examples has worked fine in older version, but now in this version something has changed.
Can you please help me
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