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Cause: C-style comments (introduced with the '/' and '*'
characters) are not part of the ANSI grammar. To conform
with ANSI, comments must be preceded by the ANSI comment
introducer, '--' , and must not contain a newline. If
someone can figure out a way to make this message look less
cheesy without ending up with nested comments, be my guest.
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