That code can’t possibly work. First of all, everything after the first semicolon is ignored, becase a semicolon is an alternate way to start comments. So your code really is:
(By the way, all I had to do to format the code above was indent it by four spaces).
Now when this runs, it is going to calculate the formula:
Which will probably be
0. So your original statement is really the same as.
That is a syntax error. Since you say that it does work, my guess is that you modified the code somehow before posting it here. Maybe you have something like this:
someVariable = "DieNumber=|Digital|;NumberAround=1;AcrossSpacing=.25;AroundSpacing=.25"
That will run without an error, but it will only perform the first assignment. Anything after
; will be ignored. So yes, you need to change the
; to some kind of white space. It doesn’t have to be a carriage return, it could be a space.
I’m doing a lot of guessing here. Perhaps you could supply more information about what you are actually doing.