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Re: [ddlm-group] Fwd: Fwd: Searching for a compromise on eliding.. . .


On Monday, February 28, 2011 12:16 PM, I wrote:

>F and GP would require backslash doubling when a literal backslash appears at the end of a line, and also when a literal double-backslash appears anywhere (in which case both backslashes would need to be doubled, \\ -> \\\\).

Correction: F and GP would require backslash doubling when a literal backslash appears at the end of a line.  In addition, given any sequence of n + 1 literal backslashes (n >= 0), the first n of them must be doubled, but doubling the last is optional unless it appears at the end of the line.

John

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