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VS2003 IDE: Ln Col Ch

In the 2003 Visual Studio IDE, the bottom has "Ln Col Ch". I assume those are Line, Column, and Character. Have seen those for ages and just glossed over them (they just work, ya know). My question -- are the column and character ever different? They are always the same for me, so I wonder why there are both. Just a weird question.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
No, they have always been the same for me and I have heard why yet.

Bob
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RonaldBiemansCommented:
Well  they are not always the same.

Try this, go to th end of a collapsed region.

somehow the ch is always 12, and the col will give the correct column.
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GivenRandyAuthor Commented:
Interesting. I wonder if that is a defect or a feature.
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RonaldBiemansCommented:
Hi GivenRandy, I think 'interesting' is a bit of an overstatement in this case ;-)
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Thanks, Ronald, I hadn't found a case where those numbers changed, and I couldn't find any reference to what they really are supposed to mean.  It wasn't important enough to find out.

Bob
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GivenRandyAuthor Commented:
No need to be snide. This is the kind of thing that is not easily found and, hence, asking "experts". :)
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Are you talking to me or Ronald?

Bob
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GivenRandyAuthor Commented:
Oops, wrong thread!
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GivenRandyAuthor Commented:
Weird. Maybe it has to do with future features, Unicode, graphics, or something else. If I happen to stumble across the details in the future, I'll try to post them here.
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