Because I’m debugging some code where I need to compare style IDs, and it seems that sometimes they terminate with a comma, and sometimes there some extra stuff and a colon there. So the question is, can style ID comparison be done by comparing the stuff before the comma, or is the entire ID string needed and it shouldn’t be dropped anywhere?
Depending on what and with what you want to compare. If you’re referring to ID comparison between the deleted style and the style stored in a variable (from the discussion on your previous topic), then the value after the comma can be ignored.
That is, if you want to apply a remote style (imported from the library) to some object, then the value after the comma must be specified.
Thanks a lot, now it’s clear!