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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 24234] - Doesn't seem to be a way to use '\' in subst with back_references
Date Fri, 19 Mar 2004 06:24:42 GMT
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Doesn't seem to be a way to use '\' in subst with back_references





------- Additional Comments From cng@agentissoftware.com  2004-03-19 06:24 -------
i can't reproduce the behaviour you describe with the patch that i wrote.

at least when using string literals inside the code, "\\\$0" is not even a valid
literal.  "\\" is a valid escape sequence, but "\$" is not.  if i wanted to
include a "\" before whatever $0 is, u need to use "\\\\$0" which results in
"\<some_text>".

can you show me an actual code snippet which causes the error u describe?  also,
what incompatibilities are you talking about?

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