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revision 447 by ph10, Tue Sep 15 18:17:54 2009 UTC revision 450 by ph10, Wed Sep 16 10:56:40 2009 UTC
# Line 46  encountered by PCRE, an error is generat Line 46  encountered by PCRE, an error is generat
46  built with Unicode character property support. The properties that can be  built with Unicode character property support. The properties that can be
47  tested with \ep and \eP are limited to the general category properties such as  tested with \ep and \eP are limited to the general category properties such as
48  Lu and Nd, script names such as Greek or Han, and the derived properties Any  Lu and Nd, script names such as Greek or Han, and the derived properties Any
49  and L&.  and L&. PCRE does support the Cs (surrogate) property, which Perl does not; the
50    Perl documentation says "Because Perl hides the need for the user to understand
51    the internal representation of Unicode characters, there is no need to
52    implement the somewhat messy concept of surrogates."
53  .P  .P
54  7. PCRE does support the \eQ...\eE escape for quoting substrings. Characters in  7. PCRE does support the \eQ...\eE escape for quoting substrings. Characters in
55  between are treated as literals. This is slightly different from Perl in that $  between are treated as literals. This is slightly different from Perl in that $
# Line 142  Cambridge CB2 3QH, England. Line 145  Cambridge CB2 3QH, England.
145  .rs  .rs
146  .sp  .sp
147  .nf  .nf
148  Last updated: 15 September 2009  Last updated: 16 September 2009
149  Copyright (c) 1997-2009 University of Cambridge.  Copyright (c) 1997-2009 University of Cambridge.
150  .fi  .fi

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