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Re: Escapes in Backquoted Strings

From: Jan Burse
Subject: Re: Escapes in Backquoted Strings
Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2011 10:14:26 +0200
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Ok, thank you. So no bug at all, great!

Daniel Diaz schrieb:

can you give me the exact error message for X = `\` ?
If it is
| ?- X = `\`.
uncaught exception: error(syntax_error('user_input:1 (char:8) _expression_ expected or previous operator needs brackets'),read_term/3)
it is due to the fact \ is also an operator and thus needs to be put inside ( ) as an argument of another operator (here it is =). Use instead:
| ?- X = (`\`).

X = \

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