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updated for version 7.3.841
Problem: When a "cond ? one : two" expression has a subscript it is not
parsed correctly. (Andy Wokula)
Solution: Handle a subscript also when the type is unknown. (Christian
Brabandt)

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 		ret = get_func_tv(s, len, rettv, arg,
 			  curwin->w_cursor.lnum, curwin->w_cursor.lnum,
 			  &len, evaluate, NULL);
+
+		/* If evaluate is FALSE rettv->v_type was not set in
+		 * get_func_tv, but it's needed in handle_subscript() to parse
+		 * what follows. So set it here. */
+		if (rettv->v_type == VAR_UNKNOWN && !evaluate && **arg == '(')
+		{
+		    rettv->vval.v_string = vim_strsave("");
+		    rettv->v_type = VAR_FUNC;
+		}
+
 		/* Stop the expression evaluation when immediately
 		 * aborting on error, or when an interrupt occurred or
 		 * an exception was thrown but not caught. */
 static int included_patches[] =
 {   /* Add new patch number below this line */
 /**/
+    841,
+/**/
     840,
 /**/
     839,