I’m new-ish to Julia and so far things have been great, but this syntax error has really stumped me.
Here’s the background.
- I have several files called _Aa.jl, _Bb.jl, and so on.
- Each one contains a module of the same name (_Aa, _Bb,…).
- I can import the modules in most cases with no trouble:
include("_Aa.jl") Main._Aa @isdefined _Aa true
However, when I try to do this for a file called “_MSEn.jl” the following error is thrown:
include("_MSEn.jl") ERROR: syntax: invalid interpolation syntax
And the file definitely exists…
Could somebody please explain why this happens and/or what I have overlooked?
Thanks in advance!