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Re: [ddlm-group] Use of elides in strings

The outstanding issue seems to be around where in the process these
elides get stripped; Herb and John argue that it should be possible to
do this in an optional way at the dictionary stage.  As I've already
indicated, I don't think that it is that straightforward.

On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 9:35 PM, SIMON WESTRIP
<simonwestrip@btinternet.com> wrote:
> So at the risk of repeating myself, at this stage there seems to be majority
> acceptance of
> what I've been refering to as context-sensitive treatment of elides:
>
> Using the trivial example of _label "A\"BC"
>
> James and Nick would return A"BC
>
> Herb and John would return A\"BC
>
> I would return A"BC
>
> I wont address Herb's examples as I performed a similar exercise back in
> THREAD3
> which was then received with a different opinion :-)
>

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