'non' assumed when 'nona' submitted in name

Issue #12 resolved
Roy Garvey
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N-butyl-4-nitrobenzeneamine nona(4-nitrobenzeneamine) elicits error message "non" indicates none. "nona" should probably be used. My guess is that the parser does not check the next character before deciding that the error has occurred. This error seems to be occurring generally when 'nine' items are being considered.

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  1. Daniel Lowe repo owner

    Thanks for the bug report. Your correct that it isn't checking whether an "a" is present. This issue is now resolved. (historically "non" and "nona" were different tokens but in recent versions both are the "non" token with the presence of the "a" being noted as a property)

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