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Re: Set of characters that are treated specially between a pair of doubl
Re: Set of characters that are treated specially between a pair of double quotes?
Wed, 08 Dec 2010 15:49:30 -0000
2010-07-11, 15:12(-05), Peng Yu:
> Could anybody let me know the complete set of characters that need to
> be escaped (prepend with backslash) between a pair of double quotes if
> I really want to print the character?
" (ASCII 0x22, double-quote), \ (ASCII 0x5C, backslash)
(different meaning before newline and the other characters), $
(ASCII 0x24, dollar) and ` (ASCII 0x60, backquote aka backtick
aka grave accent).
Also beware of the nesting of `...` and "..." where the \
processing gets more complicated.
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